Pre-Planning a Funeral
How do you want to be remembered?
When you pre-plan a funeral, you make your own decision regarding what type of funeral you want to have, rather than leaving your family with the burden of trying to decide what your wishes would be.
If you're ready to get started, download our Information Gathering Form today. You can use it as starting point, then get in touch with us to finalize your arrangements.
Why Consider Advance Planning?
There are many reasons to prearrange and prefund your funeral. We've listed some important factors below:
Regarded as an EXEMPT ASSET - when you apply for Medicaid, SSI Benefits, Federal Bankruptcy, or apply for Nursing Home Care.
It is transferable - if you should move out of state, or simply choose another funeral home, you Advance Funeral Plan can transfer with you.
Your cost will not increase - when you plan and fund your funeral in advance, it is purchased at today's prices. Your family will not experience the rising costs of inflation.
Optional payment plans - single and multi-year payment plans are available. If death should occur before the payments are completed, the funeral plan may be paid in full, depending on the plan.
A program for everyone - based on your overall health condition, we have a plan that will work for you.
Customer friendly - after your funeral, if excess monies remain, they may be returned to your beneficiaries tax-free.
Protects your loved ones - by planning and funding your funeral in advance, your family will experience less stress and avoid spending too much.
Peace of mind - when you know that your funeral is taken care of. You will receive the funeral you arranged, at the price you agreed to.
30-Day free look - if you should change your mind, you have 30 days to cancel and receive a full refund.
Solid Program, Solid Decision - Advance funeral planning is endorsed by lawyers, trust officers, and financial planners as an effective way to provide for final expenses and preserve your assets for your beneficiaries.
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