Friday, May 14, 2021

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Planning Ahead: Pre-Arrangements-Planning Ahead

Planning for the future is something that we do in quite a few areas of our lives. Yet, people are always asking the staff at North Haven Funeral Home why someone would preplan their funeral. Now more than ever, it is important to plan. Preplanning frees the surviving family from making decisions at a difficult time and provides great peace of mind.

Preplanning also allows you to lock in funeral expenses at today's costs. A complete price list is available upon request. In most situations, funds invested today, in compliance with Connecticut law, will be sufficient to cover the total cost of the funeral at the time of need.

Feature And Benefits of Planning Ahead:

• Reduces emotional and financial difficulties at a time of need.

• Allows families time to discuss these important matters together.

• Leaves loved ones with guidance and answers, not questions.

• Is no less important than any other kind of planning that we do.

• Can guarantee funeral home costs against inflation...forever.

• Provides peace of mind.
• Transferable, should you permanently relocate.

Eligibility for public assistance: A Connecticut resident is allowed to place up to $5,400 in an irrevocable pre-need contract and enter into a revocable contract for "burial plot" items without affecting their eligibility.

The staff at North Haven Funeral Home takes great pride in easing a very heavy burden at a difficult time in one's life. North Haven Funeral Home will handle every detail of the services with dignity and respect. The facility offers three spacious parlors with the comfort and warmth of one's home.

This information was provided by North Haven Funeral Home, located at 36 Washington Avenue, North Haven. For more information, visit northhavenfuneral.com or call 203-239-1179.


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