Thinking about the inevitability of oneís death is subject that few like to consider. For many, actually moving ahead with the pre-planning or pre-paying for their funeral is even more difficult to act on.
When one begins to understand the financial and emotional pressure that a funeral can thrust on our loved ones, it becomes clear that planning in advance is a considerate and responsible thing to do
Similar to the protection that life insurance provides for loved ones; planning a funeral in advance can protect loved ones from much more than just financial concerns. You have always been there to protect them throughout your life, why not after your death?
With the large number of options and considerations available to individuals today, it is important to speak with someone you can trust. We can guide you through the many options and considerations to help you determine the arrangements that best suits your needs. We will help you find a balance between the emotional, spiritual and financial needs of your surviving loved ones after you have gone.
To begin, fill out our brief contact form (or call us) and we will be happy to begin discussing your individual options. Click here for our Pre-Planning form.
There are a growing number of options available to the public today when seeking to prepay for their final wishes. We can tailor a plan thatís right for you. Pre-paying can protect you and your family from future inflationary trends while providing the peace of mind of knowing that they will be cared for after you are gone. Funerals can be pre-paid by depositing cash into a funeral trust or assigning the benefits of a life insurance policy.
Pre-payment of funeral expenses can also be utilized to reduce financial assets when qualifying for Medicaid assistance. We are skilled in structuring Indiana Irrevocable Funeral Trusts to meet the legal requirements for Medicaid qualification.
If you would like to request an appointment after you have reviewed this information, we would be pleased to go over any additional questions you might have. Call us at (812) 448-8396.
Transferring a Funeral Trust
If you have already made arrangements with another funeral home, whether itís across town or in another state, you can transfer those arrangements to Moore Funeral Home. A funeral trust is simply a way to pre-pay for a funeral and the funds are distributed to the funeral home that actually provides the merchandise and funeral services delivered at the time of death.
If you have preplanned funeral services at any other funeral home, you can choose to transfer the trust ahead of time or use the trust at the time of death at Moore Funeral Home.
If you would like to transfer a funeral trust, the process is quick and simple and we can help. Call us at (812) 448-8396 and we will take care of the details.
Child/Grandchild Protection Program
When you prefund a funeral at Moore Funeral Home utilizing a funeral trust we include our Child/Grandchild Protection coverage at no additional charge.
In the unfortunate event that a child or grandchild (up to age 21) dies, Moore Funeral Home will provide complete funeral services, free of charge, up to the level of service originally selected by you. This would be our way of helping you and your family through a very difficult time.