Pre-Paid Funeral Plans

In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Benjamin Franklin, 1789

OPTIONS AVAILABLE
  • Variety of Plans to Suit all Budgets
  • Pay in Full or Spread the Cost With Fixed Monthly Payments
  • Low Deposit

Why Pay for your Funeral in Advance?

With the cost of funerals increasing year by year, it would make sense to plan and pay for your funeral now so that you pay today's prices. A pre-paid plan also means you make the decisions about your funeral so that your family don't need to, saving them additional stress at an already difficult time.

We are pleased to be able to offer our clients access to pre-paid Funeral Plans via Golden Charter, the UK's largest provider of pre-paid funeral plans. There are a range of plans available whether you want the most basic funeral or something a little more elaborate. All plans can either be paid in full or by fixed monthly payments making it more flexible & affordable.

​Very simply, a funeral plan can offer peace of mind - for you and your loved ones. Because your arrangements are taken care of in advance, it reduces financial stress and means there are fewer difficult decisions to face when it comes to your funeral. 

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The following is a real life example of how having a pre-paid funeral plan can prove to be invaluable to the family members of someone who has passed away...

“My dad died very unexpectedly, he collapsed at home and never came round. He was only 58. The whole family were in shock. My mum especially found it difficult to cope so I had to handle the phone calls and paperwork for her. Thankfully for us, my dad had paid for his funeral in advance and everything was taken care of. I am so grateful that my dad had the forethought to get a pre-paid funeral plan.

It was such a relief. I don’t know how we could have coped with arranging his funeral AND finding the money to pay for it on top of everything else we were going through.

Even though I am only in my 30’s I have paid for my funeral and I would encourage everyone to seriously consider doing the same.”

Elisabeth from Boldon, Tyne and Wear

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