The choice is yours, as personal as you wish, made with us in total confidence - without undue stress.
Making funeral arrangements after the death of a family member can be very stressful and burdensome. As a result, many people choose to pre-plan their funeral in order to spare their loved ones this emotional and financial responsibility at the time of need. Pre-planning allows you to personalize your funeral and to provide for these final expenses, all while protecting against the future costs of funerals. Once your arrangements are in place, you will have peace of mind knowing that your needs will be taken care of exactly as you wanted.
Why Pre-plan Your Funeral?
By Pre-planning, you will:
- Have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your loved ones will be spared having to make decisions at a time of deep personal loss when they are neither prepared nor inclined to make those decisions.
- Freeze the cost at today's price ensuring the best value.
- Protect life insurance proceeds and additional assets for uses other than funeral expenses.
- Guarantee the quality of service that you feel is most appropriate for you.
- Ensure that the services you desire will be provided even though your personal funds may have been depleted due to Medicaid requirements.
There are two ways of Pre-planning your funeral:
When a funeral is funded in advance, the prices are frozen and there will be no additional cost for anything covered in the pre-arrangement contract, regardless of when the services are provided. Your funds will be placed in a trust that meets all legislative requirements. This protects you, the consumer. For example, if a Funeral Home goes out of business, your funds are safe and secure and you may have the trust assign them to another Funeral Home of your choice.
A non-funded pre-arrangement is the selection, recording, and filing of your service details. No payment is made. Charges are shown at current prices, but the actual cost of the funeral will be based on prices in effect at the time the services are provided.
Please Contact us
Simply by spending a few minutes thinking about these issues now, you can relieve your relatives of many difficult decisions later. If this option appeals to you, please contact us to obtain more information. Daniel or Brad would be happy to discuss the range of options available to you at your convenience. You may talk to us directly at (419) 294-1985, or you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org