Your Family. Peace of Mind. Saving Money.
Throughout your life, you have given thoughtful consideration to the important decisions you have made. Sensible people have always prepared for those things that might happen by taking out fire or health insurance. That's why being prepared for what will some day happen, makes even more sense.
"Advance funeral planning gives you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your funeral arrangements are taken care of, while lessening the burden on your survivors."
- American Association of Retired Persons
People of all ages.
Family members or an executor who is responsible for the care of someone in a nursing home or extended care facility.
People who travel and vacation abroad.
Family members who are caring for someone terminally ill.
Anyone can consider prearrangement.
Pre-planning provides peace of mind and the assurance that your wishes are recorded. It also gives the opportunity to ask questions and get clear and concise answers on all aspects of the funeral. Personal choices can be considered and economic decisions made without emotional stress. It relieves family members of difficult choices at time of death. Prearrangement is a practical idea that makes sense.
Funeral pre-planning is every bit a part of sensible estate planning as making a will is or signing a personal directive.
Yes, at your option, payment is made in advance at today's cost and can be made in installments. Or you can prearrange without prepayment.
Policies with or without insurance can be offered plus Spousal and couples policies can be chosen to provide for unforeseen circumstances.
Your funeral home consultant will be happy to explain all the options, so you can select one that best fits your situation.
By making arrangements and funding your funeral in advance, you were able to express your own wishes and relieve this emotional and financial burden from your family. Usually, these arrangements can be reestablished with another funeral home and nearly all funding vehicles are transferable by the owner.
To make informed decisions, you'll want more specific facts. And the fastest, easiest and most effective way for you to get them is to sit down, visit with us, review our programs, discuss various options and ask questions.
We can send you some general information which will apply to anyone planning a funeral. Request your FREE Legacy Planning Guide today.