Plan for the Inevitable
No one likes to think about death, let alone plan for it. By pre-planning your funeral, you relieve your family of having to make important financial decisions during a period of great stress and grief-a time when people aren’t thinking very clearly and may not know what to do because you never made your wishes known.
Pre-planning your funeral can be very informal, and as simple as jotting down your preferences and sharing your wishes with a family member. More formal arrangements in the form of a preneed contract can be set up with us and can be pre-funded through life insurance, bank trust agreement, or another method.
Important Information for Pre-Planning.
What to Do When Someone Passes Away
What to Do When Someone Passes Away Whether you received a 2 a.m. phone call with news of an unexpected death or shared your loved one’s final moments of a long illness, your initial reaction to the death was likely shock. It doesn’t seem to matter how prepared we are – or aren’t – aREAD MORE
Decisions in the Pre-Planning Process
Information for Pre-Need Funeral Planning Vital Statistics Full name and complete address How long at current/former residence(s) Occupation, job title, nature of work, and history Location of workplace Social security number Veteran’s serial number Date and place of service, date of discharge Date of birth Place of birth Family origin Father’s name Mother’s maidenREAD MORE
Why Pre-Plan Funeral Services
No one likes to think about death, let alone plan for it. In many families, discussing one’s mortality is an extremely uncomfortable topic. But it is a topic that should be discussed and planned for well in advance of your death. By pre-planning your funeral, you relieve your family of having to make important financialREAD MORE
Options for Financing Funerals
A funeral is an essential expenditure, and a little planning will eliminate the uncertainty of costs and payment. If you don’t plan for funeral expenses, you run the risk of your family having to ask friends and relatives to share an unexpected financial burden, which can put everyone in an embarrassing and uncomfortable position. AndREAD MORE