It feels good knowing your plans are in order. Planning ahead provides you peace of mind that your personal wishes are known and protects your family from having to make tough decisions during a time of extreme stress and grief.
You talk about everything, but have you had the talk? It’s time to have the conversation on how you want to be remembered. Talk of a Lifetime helps you through this important conversation, about life and what matters most. Having discussions with your loved ones provides peace of mind when it’s time to commemorate a life. It can make the difference of a lifetime.
One of the best benefits to planning ahead is the impact on your family. In planning your wishes ahead of time, you relieve the burden from your loves ones. In a time of grief and stress, making very difficult decisions are the last thing that anyone wants. Second guessing what you wanted creates extra stress. Preplanning your cremation makes emotional sense. It is one of the greatest gifts you can give to those you love most.
No two people are alike, and neither have to be their funerals. By making your cremation arrangements yourself, you can customize them to fit your preferences. Advance planning allows for you to plan your disposition choice and, if desired, final resting place. These decisions are made best with our help as cremation professionals, at a time without stress and grieving.
You can pre-pay for your planned cremation at the price it costs today, saving you money. Many enjoy the benefits of prepaying since their financial savings in turn result in more inheritance money for their family. Advance planning also eliminates the chance for emotional overspending by surviving loved ones. There are various payment plans available, which we are happy to discuss with you in person. Payments are placed in a trust account in a bank or in a pre-planning insurance account. In many cases, we can also accept an assignment of an existing life insurance policy for future payment of the amount of the final arrangements you desire.
I just want to thank you for everything you have done to make this horrible injustice done to our family a little bit more tolerable. From the moment you guys stepped in, you did not leave our side and walked us through every step of the way. The countless phone calls and visits to my Uncle will never be forgotten. God bless you both for standing up and taking care of us.
- Jennie L.
So I just wanted to tell people they were so helpful and professional, kind and these people were wonderful we needed nothing. They took care of everything and set up a payment plan my sister and his father could manage.
End-of-life planning is a difficult subject to talk about—between facing mortality (either your parents or your own) to discussing the ever-confusing subject of Medicare, there’s nothing fun about facing death and the issues that come with it.