Are you prepared to handle the responsibilities when a death happens in your family?
Most people don’t know what to do. And just as unsettling, they don’t know how to operate in the face of death. When death comes, you as a survivor must not only cope with your grief but at the same time organize a major event, the funeral, which usually carries great significance … not just emotional, but social and financial as well. The topic of funerals is never easy to discuss, but advance planning can eliminate the burden to your family while ensuring that your wishes are met. Many families are choosing pre-arrangements because it compels you to organize important documents your survivors will need later and lets you choose the type of service and arrangements you desire.
Pre-arrangement plans can be funded in several ways. With a trust-funded plan, a deposit is put down based on the type of service selected, with monthly payments, until paid in full. Pre-arrangements can also be made through insurance-funded plans. Not all pre-arranged funerals are prepaid and it is not required to prepay a pre-arranged funeral. Some families simply wish to record their wishes and desires to help those left behind.
For more information please call Grimes Funeral Chapels at (830) 257- 4544 in Kerrville, Texas or (830) 796-3922 in Bandera, Texas. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff of professional family service directors are trained to help you design the arrangements that you want and are available to meet with you in the privacy of your home or in our office to explain all of your options with no obligation.
For additional information regarding prepaid funeral contracts, go to the website located at www.prepaidfunerals.texas.gov