Funeral, Funeral Pre-Planning, and Cemetery Resources
Do you have questions about U.S. military veteran death benefits, survivor benefits, or other related issues? This page answers the most common questions about veteran's benefits.
Planning a funeral, whether preneed planning for your own funeral or planning for a recently deceased family member, can be a financially and emotionally depleting event. However, with some advice from the experts, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Most people don’t consider how to plan a funeral service until someone close to them dies. By then they are in an emotional state and may not make rational decisions. Therefore, it is beneficial to think about how to plan a funeral before it is absolutely necessary.
Death is a reality we all have to face at one time or another. Although these times of grief take a great toll on our emotions, there are ways to make the process less painful.
Many people have questions about preplanning or pre-arranging their funeral, as well as prepayment (or prefunding) issues including funeral insurance. This page sheds light on some of these common questions.
Different religions have varied funeral traditions. This page guides you to articles covering Jewish funerals, Christian funerals, and the death rituals of other world religions.
The Funeral Rule, a law enacted by the Federal Trade Commission, states, among other things, that all funeral directors are required to provide a General Price List, or GPL, to anyone who requests a copy. This article covers the basic information provided by the Funeral Rule.