There are so many questions that arise when trying to plan a funeral: What kind of service should we have? Where should the service be? What funeral home should we choose to help us through the process? What are our legal obligations?

If you’ve never planned a funeral before, the entire thing can be very overwhelming.

That's why we've created a resources hub specifically for friends and families looking to plan Honolulu funeral services. The Honolulu funeral services page will help you plan your Honolulu funeral as quickly and easily as possible, so that you can focus on the things that matter - like mourning the loss of your loved one, and helping surviving loved ones cope. So whether you're a family member looking to plan a funeral in Honolulu, searching for cremation services in Honolulu, exploring cemeteries in Honolulu, or looking for caskets in Honolulu, cremation urns in Honolulu, or flowers for a service in Honolulu, we've compiled a list of resources that will guide you through the entire process.

Honolulu funeral homes help families prepare physically for the services by preserving the body of the deceased for viewing, and planning out the logistics of the wake and funeral.

Honolulu cremation services are for people looking for an alternative to the traditional wake and funeral. In this service, the body of the departed is cremated until the remains are all but ash, which are usually then stored in a decorative urn or container chosen by the family.

Honolulu cemeteries are what will hold the remains of your loved one should you choose the traditional funeral service. You'll need to be sure that you procure a place for your loved one to be buried, so you'll need to sift through available Honolulu burial plots to find one.

Post-death counseling in Honolulu is for people who are having trouble coping with the grief of losing their loved one. Sometimes the loss of a loved one is so great, that interferes with the daily lives of the people who were close to them. If this sounds like you, or someone you know, make sure to get help from Honolulu counselors who specialize in grief treatment.