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Cremation Vs. Burial: Pros, Cons, & Costs

End-of-life-planning isn’t easy. There are many factors to be considered when planning for a loved one’s or your own final arrangements. One of the larger decisions to be made is between cremation and burial. Depending on factors like your budget, personal values, beliefs, and location, one or the other may be more su...READ MORE

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Writing A Condolence Letter

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy. We provide affordable funeral and burial services, and even have resources to help you write a condolence letter....READ MORE

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If you need financial help, you have a number of options for getting it:

  • Contact the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Social Security Administration, and with your State Fund to find out if the deceased person qualifies for any entitlements. Many people are entitled to financial assistance with their funeral costs from these agencies.
  • Check what insurance policy the deceased has, including life insurance. Some life insurance policies cover funeral costs.
  • Look into local charities, non-profits, and churches for funeral expense support.
  • Speak with your funeral director about your cremation options — some options are less expensive than others.


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