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Why Plan Ahead?

We believe that planning a funeral in advance is a wise thing to do.  At need funeral arrangements are made at the time of death.  Funeral arrangements are made by the person with the legal rights to control the disposition they are in order as listed by law: a person prior to his/her death, a person authorized to direct disposition on a U.S. Dept of Defense record of emergency data, an agent under a California power of attorney for health care, surviving competent spouse, or registered domestic partner, surviving competent adult child, or majority of the surviving adult children, surviving competent parent(s), surviving competent adult sibling(s), or the majority of the surviving competent adult siblings, surviving competent adult or the majority of the surviving competent adults in the next degree of kinship, a conservator of the person appointed under Part 3 (commencing with Section 1800) of Division 4 of the Probate Code when the decedent has sufficient assets, the public administrator when the decedent has sufficient assets. Prearrangement - You may want to make your arrangements in advance but not pre-pay for them. Keep in mind that over time our prices may fluctuate and businesses may close or change ownership.

Help take the burden off your loved ones by taking your end-of-life
decisions in advance, in a calm and thoughtful atmosphere.
Contact us to schedule a meeting
with our funeral planners


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