Why Plan Ahead?
Pre-Planning Your Funeral
Pre-planning your own funeral service may feel foreign or maybe it’s something you’ve never even considered doing. Why would you plan your own funeral service or leave your wishes known before you need to? There are a number of reasons why but a few are things like ease, peace of mind for your loved ones, leaving your loved ones with your wishes for your funeral, and even saving money.
We don’t always get the chance to make our wishes known on how we would like our funeral to look before we pass. By pre-planning your funeral service and burial it eases the minds of our loved ones. Planning a funeral can be stressful, especially while grieving, allow your loved ones to celebrate your life without added stress.
Did you know by pre-planning your funeral you can lock in the price of a funeral today? By pre-planning, you are buying a package that will save you and your loved ones the price tag of a funeral in the future.
Personalize Your Service
There doesn’t need to be second-guessing or debating for those planning your funeral for you. Our funeral planning specialist will ask you a number of questions designed to determine how you want your life celebrated and what kind of final resting place you want to have. This is at no additional cost to you or your loved ones, we know it is helpful and beneficial for all and what to help you make sure you get what you are wishing for.
These few things can really make a world of difference for your loved ones as they grieve and plan. We hope you will take some time to consider pre-planning or reach out with any questions about pre-planning your funeral today.
I am interested in pre-planning, how do I get started?
You sit down with our pre-planning Michigan specialist. At no charge to you or your loved ones, he or she asks you a number of questions designed to determine how you want your life celebrated and what kind of final resting place you want to have.
Once we have fully understood your wishes, we will present a plan and a price. If you agree you can pay in full or make payments.