Advance Care PlanningFive Steps to Advance Care Planning Doing advance care planning “gives you a say, to the end of your day” and is something everyone should do to […]
When it comes to end-of-life facts regarding death and Medicare, the large majority of people on Medicare die from 9 kinds of chronic illness, which are...
Recently diagnosed with multiple brain tumors that are inoperable she has chosen to let her life run its course and to enjoy what quality time she can for as long as the tumors allow. Tragic, sad, emotional; you bet, but not a failure, as far as we can tell, on anyone’s part. Remember I said before, death is not an option. Fortunately, her healthcare providers understand this type of terminally ill planning.
New Memorial Technology to Plan a Funeral
and Better Remember Loved Ones
MemorialTechnology.com is an online resource center designed to help families, Funeral Directors, and Cemetery Directors to learn more […]
10 Key Things to Know About
The Average Cost of a Funeral: $7,000-$10,000
The Average Cost of a Burial: $5,000-$7,000
TOTAL Funeral and Burial Costs: $12,000-$17,000
According to AARP (www.AARP.org), […]
When creating a grave headstone, grave marker, or monuments, some key steps are knowing what to say, a custom headstone designer, cemetery regulation checklist.
This article explains several good reasons why a DVD Video Tribute is a new Memorial Technology and valuable addition to a Funeral Memorial Service.
How to Plan a Funeral and End of Life Planning are valuable additions to funeral planning, preplanning, estate planning, and financial or retirement planning.
4 FREE End of Life Planning guides - You can download, print, or save our Family Record Guide, How to Prepay Funeral Expenses, How to Create a Love Drawer, and How to Choose Between Wills Vs. Living Trusts.
According to AARP (www.aarp.org), the average cost of a funeral today is approximately $10,000. So by preplanning a funeral and creating an end of life plan, your are certainly doing a wonderful thing by helping to alleviate many of the funeral planning challenges.
Most financial professionals agree that End of Life Planning is an excellent addition to your financial and estate planning, and should include details such as a Family Record Guide, Wills, Living Trusts, and more.
Six Memorial Technology Options Helping to Share, Celebrate, Heal, and Remember!
Today, many new and innovative memorial technology tools that are widely-recognized in the funeral industry as common services that help make a […]
10 Most Common Questions Families Ask About Estate Planning, Last Wills, and Living Trusts
1. What is a Will?
A Last Will is signed writing in which a person (often referred […]
Online Estate Plan
FuneralResources.com Selects Entrustet.com
Preferred Provider for Digital Estate Planning
FuneralResources.com, the nation’s leading family-focused online Resource Center for funeral planning and preplanning, announced today they will be selecting […]
A DVD video tribute and custom funeral music combined with a special memorial video tribute helps you heal and remember a loved one forever, and in a very special and meaningful way.
The Key Differences Between
Traditional and Green Burials
Commonly known as green burials, eco-friendly burials, natural burials, or woodland burials, there are distinct differences between a traditional burial and […]
New Death Care Industry Trend Green Funerals
Today a green funeral is a new trend that is emerging in the death care industry. Green funerals, or environmentally-friendly burials, do […]
Plan a Funeral
How a Funeral Director Can Help
You Plan a Funeral
After losing a close loved one back in 2008, I am constantly trying to find ways I can help […]
Grief and Loss
Wearing of Wedding Rings
After the Loss of a Spouse
How to expand your horizons after a loss but still integrate the memory of our loved one is […]
Find Funeral Help
Find a Pre-Screened and Qualified™
Funeral Professional Near You
To plan a funeral is widely recognized as an extremely difficult task, mainly because you are trying to cope with a […]
Funeral Planning Help
Three Most Common Reasons Families
Need Help Planning a Funeral
There are three common situations where families need funeral planning information, guidance, and support:
1. A loved one has […]
Read our best tips on how to give a eulogy, write a funeral eulogy, deliver a funeral eulogy, spouse eulogy, mother eulogy, father eulogy, child eulogy, and sibling eulogy.
New Memorial Technology
Funeral Directors and Families Benefit From
New Memorial Technology
The following is a true story;
“Not too long ago, a friend of mine approached me whose aunt had just recently […]
Founder of FuneralResources.com shares his personal story about the death of a loved one, funeral planning challenges, and the importance of end of life plans.
Attending a Funeral LIVE…
Which is Best? Can You Use Both?
Today Funeral Homes and families can now take advantage of new memorial technology tools. One of these new tools, Funeral Webcasting, offers families the […]
Funeral Estate Planning
The Differences Between a Last Will and Living Trust?
Which One is Best For You?
Who Should Have a Last Will?
The sad truth is that most financial advisors and estate […]
Many People Cannot Attend a Funeral But… Now They Can View it LIVE on the Internet
Since there are many valid reasons people cannot attend a funeral, such as health, finances, age, […]