What Signatures are Needed for a Cremation?

A death certificate and cremation permit must be signed prior to cremation. Should an investigation by the police, coroner, or medical examiner delay signatures on these documents, cremation will also be delayed.


What Happens to My Cremation Plan if I Move?

Prepay for cremation without fear of losing your investment. Trident Society offers portable pre paid cremation plans. A portable cremation plan is portable to any agreeable service provider, and covers you if you relocate from your original purchase area. When considering a prepaid cremation plan, ask: Will I get a full refund if I later

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Are there Affordable Cremation Plans?

At one-third the cost of a traditional funeral, cremation is already a low cost option. Trident Society is able to further discount cremation services by offering prepaid cremation plans. Prepaying cremation costs allows you to: lock in today’s cremation price assure your family that everything is in order make decisions at a non-emotional time. For

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How do I Pay for My Cremation in Advance?

Prepaid cremation, paying for cremation in advance, allows a cost savings over paying for cremation at the time of need. You may choose to: pay for cremation in full, maximizing cremation cost savings pay for cremation over time: installment payments allow you to budget for cremation add travel or relocation coverage as additional insurance. Trident

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How Can I Reduce the Cost of Cremation?

Preplanning and prepaying for cremation is an investment, a guard against the rising price of cremation over time. To ensure a solid investment, choose a cremation provider who: is established has a good business model is licensed is reputable. It will likely be years until you need cremation services. Locking in today’s price for cremation

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How Can You Take Charge of Funeral Planning?

Relying on a will that may be read following final arrangements is risky. A pre-planned, or pre-need, cremation allows you to make you own arrangements in advance. By planning your own cremation service, you: decide service location decide on guests and personal touches remove the burden of planning from your family. Find out more about

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Will Government Benefits Cover the Cost of Cremation?

Government regulations are daunting. Trident Society’s experienced staff: completes and submits government forms helps ascertain eligibility Trident Society helps families navigate government paperwork and determine available military and social security benefits for cremation costs. Plan ahead to determine eligibility. Please contact us today to learn all the services we provide with cremation. Complete the form on

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Do you Qualify for VA Cremation Benefits?

Military benefits for a veteran’s cremation include (eligibility dependent): flag arrangement of honors military service medallion service benefits reimbursement of cremation expenses At Trident Society, we are happy to help determine which benefits you are eligible for as part of your cremation pre-planning process. We make necessary calls, and handle documentation as part of a

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Why Pre Plan a Cremation and Memorial?

There are significant financial, personal, and family advantages to making one’s final arrangements in advance: You personalize cremation and fulfill your final wishes You unburden your family You lock in a cremation price at a fraction of a traditional funeral’s cost You lock in a cremation price and avoid cremation cost increases Trident Society firmly

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