Embalming sanitizes and preserves the body, retards the decomposition process, and enhances the appearance of a body disfigured by traumatic death or illness. It makes it possible to lengthen the time between death and the final disposition, thus allowing family members time to arrange and participate in the type of service most comforting to them. Embalming is not required by law and the family must give permission to do so.
The purpose of embalming will allow you to have a viewing and funeral for you loved one. Embalming sanitizes and preserves the body
Is Embalming mandatory by Law?
No. But certain factors of time, health and possible legal requirements might make embaling either approiate or necessary.Be aware that embalming is required if the deceased is being transported by air to another city or country.
Is embalming part of my funeral bill?
Embalming is a line item included on your funeral invoice