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Record Your Wishes

Record Your Wishes

End-of-life care has many advantages. Here are the top ten reasons for considering preparing the funeral plans in advance:

– It suggests that after you’re dead, there will be less reasons for debate and indecision among family members over your funeral plans. 

– When finalizing the funeral plans, your family will never have to think about doing the wrong thing. You’re going to hear exactly what you want to hear. 

– No faults and no oversights. All will be done your way when you’re gone. 

– Now you have peace of mind that we’re going to go through with your wishes. 

– Nobody will make any choices you wouldn’t want after your death. 

– The smart thing to do is funeral pre-planning. It takes away the pressure on family members. 

– When you have the patience to think things over, you will make complex choices ahead of time. 

– Pre-payment may include funeral pre-planning. This will save money for your families and prevent any financial pressures. 

– Pre-planning for funerals requires an understanding of the truth of death. 

– It is almost assured that you can get what you want.

Get it Done… and Then Relax

Planning for End-of-Life makes sense. To hear how we can help, contact us today. 

Advance Directives

We spend a lot of time learning about the meaning of healthy living, which means planning for life’s realities. Although we agree that one indication of a conscientious mentality is the decision-making inherent in cremation pre-planning, we also know the essential value of the execution of an advance directive.

What is an Advance Directive?

These papers, also referred to as advance care directives, guarantee that your wishes can be carried out in the future. 

Described as “a written statement of the wishes of a person regarding medical treatment,” advance directives will provide instructions for medical and health care decisions when duly signed and witnessed in the event that the client becomes incompetent and can no longer make such decisions.


Other Things to Know About Advance Directives

– Throughout the United States, advance orders are legal. 

– Governing laws differ, so make sure you have an advance directive that follows the laws of your jurisdiction. 

– To complete an advance directive, you do not require an attorney. 

– For each state where you spend a large amount of time, you can complete an advance directive whether you live in more than one state. 

– For advance instructions, there are no time limits. Before a new one is completed, a signed advance directive remains in effect. 

– Check your advance directive regularly to make sure it really expresses your expectations. Don’t attempt to change it if it doesn’t; just complete a new one. 

– A living will or medical power of attorney may not be acknowledged or honoured by paramedics and emergency medical technicians. To treat the patient and bring them to the doctor, they are obliged to do their part. Your advance directive becomes true while you are in the care of medical staff.

What’s Involved in Preparing an Advance Directive?

It needs thoughtful introspection and conversation with members of the family. The mechanism is defined in this way by the American Bar Association: “Good advance planning for health care decisions is, in reality, an ongoing discussion about values, priorities, the meaning of one’s life, and quality of life.” 

To support and assist you in drafting your Advance Directive, there are several options available online.

Where to Obtain an Advance Directive Form

Having a copy of the advance care directive form for your state is reasonably straightforward. Your local hospital is a credible source, since federal law mandates any hospital not only to provide persons in their service area with knowledge about advance directives, but also to share useful information about the associated laws in your state. To learn more, visit the nearest doctor. Your family specialist could also have patients with advance directive forms available.

You would need to have observed and notarized the advance directive. You can find one by using either of the following websites if you do not have access to a notary: 


– Rotary Notary 

– American Notary Culture 


You may need to add a copy to your state’s advance directive registry until your advance directive is finished, signed, observed, and notarized. This program helps healthcare providers, should they require it, to easily view the advance directive. Locate online the advance directive list for your state or visit the U.S. website. Registry of Living Will.