Providing funeral services designed to meet the needs of each family.
...is funeral planning..before the need arises
Forethought funeral planning is the new way to assure complete funeral arrangement so your family won't have to make all those decisions. It's not difficult to do. Even the name Fore thought says that this is the sensible... and responsible plan. The one that will reflect your precise desires. Today, many people are making their own plans . . . choosing the Fore thought program. You may wish to demonstrate just how much you care by making plans, too. Plans that reflect your own expressed wishes... with estate planning that includes a will and Forethought funeral planning for your personal preferences regarding funeral arrangement and burial.
IT'S ALL TAKEN CARE OF
With Forethought funeral planning which may be funded through policies with Forethought Life Insurance Company.
There are many decisions related to the funeral and burial...part of a seemingly endless number of things that would need attention by your family. But you can provide for them all by making a few basic selections with the forethought program today.
Funeral service selections fall into two general categories: the services of funeral professional and funeral merchandise.
A funeral service usually includes:
Other services and associated items
Included in the funeral merchandise are:
An outer burial container (or other selection)
Other merchandise and associated items
You may of course, choose any or all of those items you prefer. Discuss them with one of our funeral planning professional. You'll receive a complete explanation of selections and prices.
IT'S JUST THE WAY I WANT IT
With the Forethought Program
Once you've made your decision, you tell us exactly what funeral service you wish. We'll help you put it in writing. Then there's no doubt about your expressed wishes. So, there will be no family disputes or involvement by others who may not know what you wanted. Your loved ones won't need to ask: did we do the right thing? Did we spend too much or too little? Is it what he or she wanted? Did we forget anything? All that's eliminated because it's in writing...