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Cremation Services

If I choose cremation, what can I do with the cremated remains? What happens after the cremation has taken place? The answers to these commonly asked questions are plentiful. Whether a family elects to host a celebration of life event, scatter ashes, or have the cremated remains in an urn or keepsake memento, knowing your options—and the laws and regulations that surround them, is key. The compassionate care team at Opal Cremation of Southern California are experts in cremation services and options. Call us any time at 1-888-963-2299.

Here you will find helpful information on topics that include:

Death Certificates
Celebration of Life
Direct Cremation
California Cremation Guide

Scattering Ashes
Cremation Costs
Pre-Planning
General Information

Death Certificates
Celebration of Life
Direct Cremation
California Cremation Guide
Scattering Ashes
Cremation Costs
Pre-Planning
General Information

Cremation Services Blog Posts

  • a death doula embracing an elderly patient at their home near Malibu, CA

What is a Death Doula?

March 15th, 2022|

A death doula is someone who helps someone else in their transition of death. Not only can the doula assist the person who is dying, but they can also help families and friends as they deal with the loss. 

  • example of a cremation general price list being 'checked' with red marker

What is a General Price List?

December 22nd, 2021|

During the process of planning a funeral, you might come across the phrase “General Price List.” A General Price List (GPL) is a short, one-page sheet that includes all of the costs associated with the funeral or cremation services you are considering.

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