What is Pre-planning, or Pre-arrangement?
When you plan in advance, you are making choices now based on your wishes as to how your final arrangements will be carried out. Thus, you can reduce family concerns at the time of your death.
What do I need to do to pre-plan?
At your convenience, you can meet with a member of our staff to discuss your options and your preferences. When you make arrangements in advance, you’ll want to consider your site of choice, the committal service, and the type of permanent memorial. By making some or all of these decisions now, you give your family peace of mind.
What are the advantages of advanced planning?
There are many advantages when you take care of your final arrangements in advance. The most obvious benefit is financial, but there are a number of emotional benefits, too. When you make arrangements in advance you have a better opportunity to make informed choices.
What is the difference between pre-paying and pre-planning?
When you pre-plan, you do not need to pay for everything in advance—your estate can pay for the services when your funeral is held. When your plan is complete, the funeral director will keep it on file until it is needed.
What information will I need to provide on the On-line Pre-planning/Pre-arrangement Form?
This easy-to-use form should take only a few minutes to complete and will require contact information, and your site/property and memorialization preferences. You’ll have the option to select services, based on your preferences and the associated costs. View or complete the On-line Pre-arrangement Form now.