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Thinking about your own funeral leaves most people feeling a little uneasy, but more adults are finding that pre-planning a funeral offers great emotional and even financial security for them and their families. With pre-planning, families find comfort in knowing that the funeral reflects what their loved one wanted. It also gives them peace of mind to not have to make important decisions at a stressful time.

If you are considering prearranging a funeral, you should contact funeral homes in your community. A funeral director can walk you through the prearrangement process. NFDA developed the Bill of Rights for Funeral Pre-planning as a resource for understanding what to expect from a pre-need contract.Once youʼve made those pre-arrangements, keep a copy of the plan and any pertinent paperwork in a safe place. Also, inform a close friend or relative what arrangements have been made and where the information may be found.

If you choose, there are several ways to prepay for your funeral that can offer you financial benefits. However, prepaying is not required, but an option that many individuals find helpful.

If you feel prepaying is a wise decision, then be sure to go over all available options with your funeral director. Remember, like any contract, ask any and all questions you may have regarding your pre-need plan before you sign an agreement.