More and more people are choosing to pre-arrange their funeral to reduce the emotional worry and anxiety for loved ones.
Our plans guarantee that our funeral director’s costs (as set out in the plan paperwork) are covered as long as we carry out the funeral and your requirements don’t change. You can also choose to make a contribution towards third party costs which are outside our control, such as the fees for cremation or burial, medical fees and payment to a minister or officiant.
What Are The Benefits?
- Put Financial Provision In Place In Advance
- Make Your Funeral Wishes Known & Discuss Them With Your Family
- Select Your Funeral Director
- Tailor Your Plan To Suit Your Preferences & Include Any Special Wishes
- Your Family Have Access To Expert Help & Advice At A Difficult Time
- No Upper Age Limit – Anyone aged 18 or over can take out a funeral plan
- No Complicated Medical Forms To Complete
One of the main reasons that we recommend taking out one of our funeral plans is because they provide outstanding financial security for your money. All plan monies are held securely in whole of life assurance policies for extra peace of mind.
With a funeral plan from us, you can make top-ups or update your plan details at any time, and you can choose to pay upfront or by monthly instalments (additional instalment payment terms and conditions apply – please ask for details).
To find out more, call us on 0191 460 4698 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our funeral plans are provided by Ecclesiastical Planning Services Limited which is part of the Ecclesiastical Group. Ecclesiastical is a specialist, UK-based financial services group which has been protecting people, property and funds since it was founded in 1887. Ecclesiastical is registered with the Funeral Planning Authority and follows its Code of Practice.
Terms and Conditions apply to funeral plans – please ask for details.
You can also find out more information at Ecclesiastical Planning Services by using their website https://www.funeralplans.co.uk/ or clicking on the image below: