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The Funeral Pre-Arrangement Process

At AAA Cremation & Burial we take care of all the funeral pre-arrangement necessities and offer you and your family the peace of mind you deserve.  Plan my funeral, learn about preneed and the funeral pre-arrangement process.

The Basics of Planning

 Below is the break-down of funeral process:

  • Speak to us about your Traditions & Preferences
  • How would you like to be remembered
  • Check out the available options
  • Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of every option
  • Make a final decision

When it comes to funeral pre-arrangement, there are two more vital steps involved:

  • Note down your plan in detail as far as possible.
  • Send your written plan to the funeral home and give a copy of it to your executor.

Planning a Funeral – There are two ways you can complete your funeral pre-arrangement plan.

Using the Online Pre-Planning Tool

Protect yourself or your loved ones from financial worry in a time of loss by creating a prepaid funeral plan today.

Pre-Arrange Now 

Turn to the Professionals

Record Your Wishes

End-of-life planning has lots of benefits. The following are the top ten reasons why you must make your funeral arranged well ahead of time

  • It refers to fewer arguments and indecision regarding your funeral arrangements among your survivors (family members) once you are gone.
  • Your survivors need not have to be anxious about going wrong as far as finalizing your funeral services in San Diego. You will have told your survivors about your desires.
  • There is NO possibility of Mistakes and Oversights. After your death, everything will be carried out as per the way you had planned.
  • You can be at peace now knowing we will abide by your wishes.
  • After your death, your survivors will not make any decisions you would not like.
  • Pre-funeral planning in San Diego is one of the responsible things you must do. It removes a lot of burden from your survivors.
  • You can make complicated and tough decisions well before the time when you have adequate time to think and make decisions.
  • Pre funeral planning in San Diego comprises pre-payment. It means you will take away the financial burden of your funeral from your survivors.
  • Pre Funeral planning leads to awareness of the reality of death.
  • You almost get the guarantee of what you want for your funeral.

Get it Done… and Then Relax

End-of-life planning is a sensible choice. Call us today to learn how we can assist or begin with our online pre-planning tool, Pre-Arrange Online.

Advance Directives

We speak a lot about spending our lives responsibly, which refers to being ready for the realities of life. One of the ways you can be prepared for the reality of life and be responsible is by pre funeral planning San Diego. We understand this and know the significance of completing an advance directive.

What is an Advance Directive?

At times advanced directive is referred to as care directives. It is a document that ensures your wishes will be fulfilled when the time comes.

An advance directive is defined as “a written statement of a person’s wishes regarding medical treatment.” When an advance directive is witnessed and signed, it offers guidance for health and medical care decisions when the person becomes incapable of making such decisions.

Some other things you need to be aware of Advance Directives – Plan My Funeral – Preneed

  • Advance directives hold legality throughout the United States.
  • Laws differ from state to state, so be sure to gain an advance directive according to your state law.
  • For completing an advance directive, you do not require an attorney.
  • Are you residing in more than one state? In this case, you need to fill in the advance directive of every state where you reside.
  • Advance directives do not have time restrictions. Such a directive once signed, is in force till a fresh one is completed.
  • At regular time intervals, you should check your advance directive to ensure it includes all your desires. If you find something missing, do not completely abandon it, rather complete a fresh one.
  • Paramedics and emergency medical professionals do not honor or recognize the medical power of attorney or a living will. Their main job is to try their level best to stabilize their patient and bring them to the hospital. Once you are in the care of a hospital, your advance directives will become valid.

What’s Involved in Preparing an Advance Directive?

To prepare advance directives you need to be very thoughtful and discuss things with your family members. The process is described by The American Bar Association as: “Good advance planning for health care decisions is, in reality, a continuing conversation about values, priorities, the meaning of one’s life, and quality of life.”

If you check out online, you will come across lots of resources that will help and guide you with writing your Advance Directive.

Where to Obtain an Advance Directive Form

Getting a copy of the advance care directive is a very simple form for your state is very simple. One of the trustworthy sources is the local hospital. As per federal law, every hospital needs to offer information regarding advance directives to the people residing in their service area. Moreover, they need to share valuable information regarding the laws in the state related to it. Get in touch with your local hospital to get a better understanding of it. There are chances that your family physician might have advance directive forms for patients.

To make your advance directive valid, you need to have it notarized and witnessed. If a notary is not easily accessible, you can check out the following websites:

After your advance directive is prepared, signed, notarized, and witnessed, you need to upload a copy of it to your state’s advance directive registry. With this service, healthcare providers will have fast access to your advance directive when in need. Check out the online advance directive registry for your state or look for the website for the U.S. Living Will Registry.

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