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10 Things

Everyone Should Know

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About Planning a Funeral or Memorial Service

A Wise Decision

That Shows You Care

No one wants to talk about death or dying. Nor do they want to think about planning for their own funeral.

That why we prepared this booklet. It answers some of the more common - ad more difficult - questions that people have about funerals and the    options available. It also tells you why many people find prearranging      their funeral or memorial service is the best decision they can make        for themselves and their family.

A Sensible Way to Make Informed Decisions Before Your Time of Need.

The death of someone you care for, together with wanting to make the right decision - especially when you have the limited amount of time to attend to all

The details - leaves many families feeling overwhelmed. Often these decisions must be made when a family is grieving and is the least prepared.

Many people have done everything they can to protect their family’s future: invested wisely, opened savings accounts and acquired insurance on their life and home, but they haven’t taken care of their own funeral arrangements - leaving one of the most difficulty tasks to their loved ones to figure out at the time of sadness and loss. That’s why it’s so importance to give serious thought to your personal wishes and to prearrange your services in advance.

Please Select Each Tablet for more detail

Record Your Wishes

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Many people think they have taken care of everything by writing a will, establishing a living will or even purchasing their cemetery plot. But that’s not all.

A will simply leaves instructions for the handling of an individual’s financial affairs, while a living will usually clarifies certain general wishes regarding medical treatment. The funeral or cremation service still remains to be planned and paid for.

Your survivors benefit the most when you prearrange. When a funeral or cremation service is not prearranged, someone who may not be aware of your wishes may have to make all of the decisions. Prearranging ensures that your wishes are made known.


You should make sure that your wishes are recorded in writing and shared with family members and your attorney. You should also keep a copy with your important papers in a place that is easily accessible to your family members.

Be Informed About the Choice Available

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Record Your Wishes

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Talk about it With Your Family and Incorporate Their Wishes

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Decide the Final Disposition

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Don’t Be Afraid to Ask About Prices

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Consider Planning and Prepaying for Your Arrangement

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Why Insurance May Not Be Enough

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A Prearranged Funeral or Cremation Service and Medicaid Assistance

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Find Out Ahead of Time What Government Benefits You are Eligible to Receive

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Speak with Your Local Dignity Memorial Provider

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