The most important thing to remember when it come to establishing a funeral trust is that the monies placed into the trust, regardless of the funding vehicle, (cd in the bank or a whole life insurance policy) are your monies for your funeral, and will have a continued growth rate, it is not stagnant money. It does not matter if the trust is revocable or irrevocable.  It has been our experience that most funeral trusts are established irrevocably to shelter them from being considered an asset when qualifying for medical assistance.  The funeral home itself, DOES NOT receive the money, the funeral trust does. Regardless of what funeral home you choose to work with, or where your death occurs, YOUR money is there for YOU.   Having served thousands of families during the years we've been in business, we realize how difficult it is for people after the loss of a loved one. We understand that planning a funeral involves making difficult decisions at a very emotional and highly charged time. We also understand that a funeral service doesn't have to cost a fortune. We know the value people place on family and the value of a dollar.

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