Mortuary Services

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Planning a Funeral or Memorial Service

1. Be informed about the choices available

2. Record your wishes

3. Talk about it with your family and incorporate their wishes

4. Decide the final disposition

5. Don't be afraid to ask about prices

6. Consider planning and prepaying for your arrangements

7. Why insurance may not be enough.

8. A prearranged funeral or cremation service and medicaid assistance

9. Find out ahead of time what Government benefits you are eligible to receive

10. Speak with your local memorial provider

For more information please contact:

Laurie Braddy

Dignity Memorial

(805) 509-4168 Cell

Laurie.braddy@sci-us.com

 

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help You?

BETTY FERNANDEZ REALTOR®            Broker-Associate

(805) 766-1495

Betty@Betty4RealEstate.com

CalRE #01452802

CREDENTIALS:

Former Certified Residential Appraiser

Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES)
Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist (CPRES)

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