With the loss of a loved one comes grief, as well as many practical considerations that those left behind need to address. These stories reflect how we have helped real people make complex decisions and meet the financial obligations that come hand-in-hand with bereavement. Please note, all stories on this website are fictitious but inspired by true events described in our customer appreciation letters. Any similarity to any person living or dead is merely coincidental.
For Lois, grieving left no room for funeral planning.
What happens when the bereaved are so grief-stricken by loss, they’re unable to plan their loved one’s funeral? That depends on whether or not they have funeral protection in place.
Even if you prefer a modest service, your funeral still needs planning.
Kathryn used to think she didn’t need a funeral plan in place because her end-of-life wishes were so simple, but experience taught her that, simple or not, it’s important to be prepared – not for her sake, but for the sake of her kids.
Too young for funeral insurance? Never.
David, once a sensible boy, grew up to become a sensible man. Unlike most of his peers, he purchased funeral insurance in his mid-thirties. His friends found it amusing – until he was diagnosed with cancer.
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