Never Let a Funeral Home or Cemetery Take Advantage of Your Family Again.
Decisions made in the first few minutes after a death occurs, can cost a family thousands, and often tens of thousands, more than they would normally spend. Statements made to authorities and funeral providers can easily set a family on a path which leads to manipulation, price gouging, and mistakes the family may regret for generations. With a crisis coach on the telephone, families can avoid these mistakes and take control of the funeral sales process quickly and confidently.
But it is always better to discuss, prepare, and pre-plan a funeral before it is needed. Failure to plan is a recipe for heartbreak, embarrassment, financial devastation, and extreme family conflict.
Funeral Negotiators provides independent advice and planning. You keep control. You decide from a position of knowledge and strength. You will be very pleased and confident with our advice, whether you are calling us for the first time when a death has already occurred or you are planning yours or a loved one's funeral before death has occurred.
Not funeral directors. We do not sell funeral merchandise/services. When we save you money, we ask you for a percentage of what we saved your family. We prove it to you.
She just lost a loved one. Who will protect her now?
Let Funeral Negotiators deal with the funeral home and cemetery. You focus on family.
"I am afraid it is too late! They already picked up our loved one's body. We already gave them permission to embalm."
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"We already have a pre-paid funeral plan. Why should I call you to check it out?"
You could put several thousands of dollars back in your family's pocket. If you still are not convinced, keep our information handy for when your loved one passes away. Often, other charges, that they never volunteered will be sprung on your family. Then you will be very glad you kept our number. You will save more money if you make corrections before death actually occurs.
I want to be Certain.
Is the funeral home treating families in my church fairly?
How can I be sure? Anything I can do out it?
Regardless of the funeral home and cemetery the family is considering, I recommend our families call Funeral Negotiators to review the arrangements
before they commit to a funeral home / cemetery.