Advance Funeral Planning for Baby Boomers: Medicaid Considerations
A prearranged funeral service usually qualifies as an approved Medicaid “spend-down” expenditure to reduce a person’s net assets in accordance with Medicaid regulations. Read More.
Advance Funeral Planning for Baby Boomers: Personalization Considerations
As more and more Baby Boomers plan their own final arrangements, traditional funeral services are being replaced by highly personalized life celebrations. Read More.
Advance Funeral Planning Makes Financial Sense
While saving your loved ones from making difficult decisions at an already difficult time, planning your funeral in advance also makes good financial sense. Read More.
Debunking Common Myths About Advance Funeral Planning
Some common myths might be keeping you from making your final arrangements in advance. This article takes a look at those myths and clears up some common misconceptions. Read More.
How to Plan a Memorial Service
No matter what your final wishes are, planning your funeral service in advance can help ease the burden on your family and friends. Read More.
How to Shop Around for the One Purchase Everyone Must Make
Making your final arrangements in advance is the best way to find the funeral provider that’s right for you – one that carries out your wishes and delivers the quality, value and services you want. Read More.
Planning Ahead Eases Grief for Loved Ones
Making decisions now about your funeral arrangements can help assure those left behind that your wishes are being honored and ease grief for your loved ones. Read More.
The Benefits of Planning Your Military Funeral or Cremation Service
By planning your funeral or cremation service today, you can ensure the military protocols or traditions of your choosing are included, while making life much easier for your loved ones. Read More.
The Plan Everyone Should Make – Have You?
Whether your motivation is to ensure your wishes are carried out or to protect your loved ones from making painful decisions at a time of loss, creating a plan for your final arrangements is an important responsibility. Read More.
This is Not Your Grandfather's Funeral
The key to turning a funeral service into a celebration of the life lived is personalization which allows family, friends and visitors to share memories of the deceased and how he or she relates to the personalized elements of the service or the items on display. Read More.