Know Your Rights
Posted by AffordableAustinTX under A Random Category, Burial Plans, Cemeteries, Cremations, Funerals, Grief and Healing, Pre-Planning
Many times families seek to have the cremated remains placed in a cemetery. A grave or niche in a cemetery can be a place that family members can visit an focalize their grief, but it can also be very expensive and lead to some confusion about what your family can or cannot do. The first […]Continue Reading
Veterans Burial Benefits
Posted by AffordableAustinTX under Burial Plans, Caskets, Cemeteries, Children, Cremations, Funerals, Pre-Planning
Over the years the biggest amount of confusion client families have is over Veteran’s Burial Benefits. What is covered? What is not covered? Who pays for the expenses? The biggest confusion seems to be what are ‘Military Benefits‘ and ‘Military Honors‘ So first let’s talk about what is a Veteran: There are 2 primary types […]Continue Reading
Posted by AffordableAustinTX under A Random Category, Burial Plans, Caskets, Cremations, Funerals, Pre-Planning, Uncategorized
The Undertaker…there to take all your money and prey on your grief at a time when you need someone to help. That has been the adage for many years. We are taught from a very young age the old saying “Let the buyer beware,” but often times we do not listen or pay attention to […]Continue Reading
How Soon Will We Get The Ashes?
Posted by AffordableAustinTX under Cremations, Pre-Planning
This is the question most families ask us when calling about cremation services, so we put together this infographic as a simple way for families to understand the cremation process. We hope the step-by-step explanation will make things easier during these hard times. Legal Necessities Keep in mind that cremation cannot occur until all […]Continue Reading
Are Your Arrangements in Order?
Posted by AffordableAustinTX under Burial Plans, Caskets, Cemeteries, Children, Cremations, Funerals, Grief and Healing, Pre-Planning, Religious Considerations, Uncategorized
Many of us will face the task of caring for a parent or family member at the end of their life. While some of the decisions we have to make seem tedious, there are some simple strategies to help. The most common things that people will be presented with are documents such as a General […]Continue Reading