Navigating Social Security After Death

Posted on September 28th, 2018
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  Navigating the ins and outs of Social Security benefits can be a heavy lift, especially when the death of a loved one is a part of the equation. We’ve outlined a few of the questions we are most often asked below as well as direct contact information for the Social Security offices.   Who […]

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Can Families Be Present During Cremation?

Posted on September 18th, 2018
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Many people today are opting for cremation over traditional burial due to its numerous benefits. The simplicity and dignity of cremation, environmental concerns, and the flexibility cremation affords in ceremony planning and final disposition all add to its increasing popularity. Witnessing a cremation can be for anyone for any number of reasons. It is often […]

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Traveling with Cremated Remains

Posted on August 28th, 2018
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  Transporting cremated remains is becoming very common with the rise in cremation and families’ wishes to be scattered in a favorite place or buried in a family plot. The loss of loved ones is an emotional experience — adding in the additional stress of air travel with the ashes of the deceased can elevate […]

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Going ‘Green’ for your Funeral?

Posted on July 23rd, 2018
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          There are many ways to embark on the journey to the great beyond. For most of American history, there have been a few staples we’ve come to expect of funerals: a coffin of choice, subdued flower arrangements, a grave-site burial and the traditional granite headstone. However, these staples aren’t necessarily […]

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What exactly is a Cremation Society?

Posted on June 20th, 2018
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If you’ve made it this far you’re more than likely interested in cremation when your time on earth is over. And for good reason; cremation is much easier on your family members left with the task of arranging your funeral (which btw you should go ahead and take care of ahead of time so they […]

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