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When a death occurs in your family, you will be faced with important tasks and decision-making during a very difficult time. Bearing the responsibility of making funeral arrangements can be overwhelming. Remember that you are not alone. In fact, one of the first and most important things you can do.
Many of us place great emphasis on planning the milestones of our lives such as college, weddings, purchasing a home and retirement. Shouldn’t it be natural to put as much care and time into planning for our final expenses? Unfortunately, these important decisions. Read More
Pursuing helpful fellowship is not a sign of weakness, but rather a commitment of determintaion to better cope with stressful times. There are various organizations to help. Read More
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of a funeral? Funerals are an important step in the grieving process, as well as an opportunity to honor a life lived. They allow family members and friends a caring, supportive environment. More FAQs
Social Security Benefits
Social Security survivors benefits help ease the financial burden that follows a worker’s death. Some of the deceased’s family members may be able to receive Social Security benefits if the deceased person worked long enough under Social Security to qualify for benefits. The deceased. Read More
Veterans BenefitsBurial allowances are funds that are available to eligible veteran’s families to assist in funeral or burial expenses. They are separated and evaluated as two payments, burial or funeral expense allowance and plot or interment allowance. A veteran may be eligible to receive a VA burial allowance. Read More
How To Write A Eulogy
A eulogy is a brief but heartfelt speech given at a memorial service, funeral or celebration of life. Being asked to deliver a eulogy is a great honor, usually reserved for a close friend, or family member. It is important that the person giving the speech... Read More
The tradition of natural burials dates back to ancient times.
Within the United States, most of the Native American
Indian Tribes still practice natural burials today in the final stage of celebrating. Read More