Making an arrangement
If you plan to visit or call us to make an arrangement, the following list of items should help you plan ahead to make the process easier and safer.
We ask that you have the following information about your loved one readily available when you have your initial appointment with us;
The name of your loved one's mother and father
Their maiden name, if applicable
Their place and date of birth
Their Social Security Number
Their highest level of education
Their marital status
Making decisions with family and loved ones:
It is important that all family and loved ones be 'on the same page' about the arrangements to be made. We are here to help facilitate these discussions with you and help make sure that everyone is satisfied with the arrangements that are made.
Important information to discuss with family or responsible parties (we can help with these discussions);
- A budget you are comfortable with.
- A single person should be designated as a primary point of contact for family/responsible parties and for us when we need to reach you.
-Legally, the role of decision-maker will fall to the next of kin (if over 18 years of age). This person can choose work with the rest of the family if they wish, or they can designate someone else to make decisions if they do not wish to make decisions on their own.
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