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FAQs

FAQs

We’ve provided a list of answers to questions we frequently receive regarding our services and other activities related to funerals. If you don't see the answer to your question here, feel free to contact us. We'd be happy to give you more information and clarify any of your concerns.

Where to Begin

What do I do if I find my loved one deceased at home?

What do I do if I find my loved one deceased at home?

First, was your loved under the care of hospice? If yes, call the hospice organization. If no, call 911 or non-emergency and they will dispatch the proper authorities out to the home. If you are unsure, please call us directly and we will guide you (503) 771-1171.

What do I do if my loved one dies in a hospital or facility?

What do I do if my loved one dies in a hospital or facility?

Let the staff at the facility know that you have selected Mt. Scott Funeral Home. That will allow them to release your loved one into our care when they are ready for us to come.

Can I call Mt. Scott Funeral Home when death occurs even if we don’t have any arrangements made in advance?

Can I call Mt. Scott Funeral Home when death occurs even if we don’t have any arrangements made in advance?

Yes. Although pre-planning makes the process much easier for the family, it is not necessary for us to help you. We have staff available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to assist you when a death occurs.

How soon do I need an appointment?

How soon do I need an appointment?

The death of a loved one can be an overwhelming experience and we don’t want you to feel rushed. We are here to go at your pace and it is perfectly acceptable to take a day or two to gather yourself before making an appointment.

How soon do we have to have the services?

How soon do we have to have the services?

There is not a specific time frame that you have to follow regarding when to have the services for your loved one. We can help you plan a time that will work best for you and your family.

Who do I call if my loved one dies out of state or out of the country?

Who do I call if my loved one dies out of state or out of the country?

Call Mt. Scott Funeral Home first. It may not be necessary to contact an out of state or out of country funeral home directly. By calling us first, we can contract with one of our preferred partners who can assist in getting your loved one back to the Portland area and into our care. Calling Mt. Scott Funeral Home first can also be a cost savings and an easier process for your family.

Do I have to pay a deposit before the funeral home will come and pick up my loved one?

Do I have to pay a deposit before the funeral home will come and pick up my loved one?

No. We do not require that any payment or deposit be made in advance.

How long does an arrangement conference typically last with a funeral director?

How long does an arrangement conference typically last with a funeral director?

The arrangement conference usually lasts around an hour. It may be a little longer or shorter depending on how many questions a family has and if any decisions were made in advance.

What if I don’t have all of the information I need at the time of the arrangement conference?

What if I don’t have all of the information I need at the time of the arrangement conference?

That's perfectly okay. You can always call us later with any missing information.

How do I get a death certificate?

How do I get a death certificate?

The funeral home initiates the death certificate by gathering and completing the biographical portion. We then send it to the medical certifier to complete the medical portion including the cause of passing. Once the medical certifier completes and signs the medical portion, the death certificate is filed with the county where death occurs for registration. Once the county registers the record, it is then permanently filed with the State of Oregon. When this whole process is complete, the funeral home can then order the determined number of certified copies. The initial process can take up to 3 weeks to complete. If you have any questions, or need more certified copies in the future, you can contact us and we will assist you in getting them.

Who determines the cause of death?

Who determines the cause of death?

The doctor providing medical care to the person, or the medical examiner.


Burial Options

What is a funeral service?

What is a funeral service?

A funeral is a ceremony for celebrating, honoring, and remembering the life of a person who has passed away. While specific customs, traditions, and practices differ across different cultures and religions, all funerals serve the key purpose of giving the bereaved a special time and place to say goodbye and find comfort and healing in one another.

Why should I have a service?

Why should I have a service?

Funeral services and memorial services provide a critical piece to helping you through the grieving process. A service provides a time and place to reflect upon and remember someone who had meaning in your life and allow you to begin the healing process. It also creates a setting for friends and family to show their support and to be supported.

Can I personalize my loved one’s service?

Can I personalize my loved one’s service?

Absolutely! Our staff has years of experience getting to know families and incorporating their loved ones' hobbies, activities, interests, and unique requests into meaningful and memorable services. Don’t hesitate to make a request — we’re honored to work with you to create a service that truly reflects and celebrates your loved one’s individual life.

Can personal items be buried with my loved one?

Can personal items be buried with my loved one?

Absolutely! We encourage families to bring in personal items for their loved ones. Families can place the items directly with their loved ones or leave them for our staff to place for them.

Do I have to purchase a casket from the funeral home?

Do I have to purchase a casket from the funeral home?

No. Families can choose to purchase a casket from any vendor they choose. If you choose to use an outside vendor to purchase a casket there are some factors to consider. How long will it take for the casket to arrive at the funeral home? Will it arrive in time for the service? If the casket arrives damaged, what is your recourse? Can a new casket be delivered before it is needed? How will the casket come packaged? Will I need to dispose of any excess packing materials? Who will be delivering the casket?

Mt. Scott Funeral Home offers a wide variety of caskets in all price ranges. When you purchase a casket through our funeral home, we stand behind its quality and availability. We can have most caskets we offer delivered to us within 24 hours, even in the same day if needed. If any casket we order arrives to us damaged in anyway, we are able to have it replaced immediately, without any hassle to the family. All of our caskets are purchased through a reputable casket manufacturer who manufactures the caskets we offer in the United States. The companies we use personally deliver the caskets to us, never using an outside company for delivery, ensuring they are handled correctly and with care.

Is embalming required by law?

Is embalming required by law?

Except in certain special situations, embalming is NOT required by law. Embalming may be necessary, however, if you select certain funeral arrangements, such as a funeral with viewing or placement in a mausoleum. Though it is possible to have a viewing without embalming, certain conditions have to be met. If you want to know more, please give us a call.

What is the purpose of embalming?

What is the purpose of embalming?

Embalming is a process used to preserve your loved one’s body. This process provides preservation, bathing, and disinfecting of your loved one’s physical body to provide the best possible appearance for viewing.

What is embalming?

What is embalming?

Embalming is the art and science of preserving a human body by treating it (in its modern form with chemicals) to forestall decomposition. The person’s body is placed on a table, bathed and cleaned. A small incision is made and embalming fluid is injected into the circulatory system using a tube connected to an embalming machine. The embalming machine acts much like a heart, using pressure and flow to administer the chemicals into the arterial system. A small amount of blood is displaced from the venous system. The embalming solution osmosis into the organs and tissues, preserving, disinfecting, and moisturizing the person’s body. The internal body cavity is treated by removing any gas and liquid and adding the preservative embalming fluid. Once completed the incision is sutured closed and the person is bathed and dressed.

Why should I have a viewing?

Why should I have a viewing?

Viewings play an extremely important role in helping people move through the grieving process in a healthy way. A viewing not only gives those impacted by the loss an opportunity to say a final goodbye, but it provides a reality that the loss has actually occurred.

Can we still have a viewing if my loved one has donated organs or had an autopsy?

Can we still have a viewing if my loved one has donated organs or had an autopsy?

Yes. Autopsies and organ donations generally do not affect your ability to have an open-casket viewing.

Do we have to be present for the burial?

Do we have to be present for the burial?

No. Our staff will deliver your loved one into the care of the cemetery and be present until the placement has occurred. Family members can attend the burial if they choose, but are not required to be present.

Do I have to purchase all of the required cemetery merchandise from the cemetery directly?

Do I have to purchase all of the required cemetery merchandise from the cemetery directly?

No. Certain items such as outer burial containers, headstones or monuments, and urns can all be purchased through both the cemetery and/or the funeral home. We encourage families to compare the costs for these items through both places before making a selection.

Who has the authority to control a persons final disposition?

Who has the authority to control a persons final disposition?

The State of Oregon has a very clear order as to who has the right to control a persons final disposition when they pass away (ORS 97.130). The statute is lengthy, but the general order is as follows:

1. Any individual of sound mind who is 18 years or older can sign their own authorization for cremation
2. Any individual designated by the deceased by written instrument who is 18 years or older
3. The spouse of the decedent
4. Children of the decedent who are 18 years of age or older
5. Parents of the decedent
6. Siblings of the decedent
7. Guardian of the decedent at the time of death
8. A person in the next degree of kindred to the decedent
9. The personal representative of the estate of the decedent
10. The person nominated as the personal representative of the decedent in the decedent’s last will and testament
11. A public health officer


I had power of attorney over my loved one, now that they have passed can I authorize their funeral arrangements?

I had power of attorney over my loved one, now that they have passed can I authorize their funeral arrangements?

No. Power of attorney authorization ends at death. Unless the deceased had made a prior legal designation of right to control disposition by a written instrument, the person who would be authorized to make decisions regarding burial and funeral arrangements would default to the State of Oregon’s guidelines of right to control disposition of remains. With that said, a person with a power of attorney could put funeral arrangements in place on behalf of the individual BEFORE their death, so long as the power of attorney authorization allows for it, and is presented at the time of signing.

Why should I choose Mt. Scott Funeral Home?

Why should I choose Mt. Scott Funeral Home?

• Mt. Scott Funeral Home is a private, family owned and operated funeral home, that has been serving families for almost 100 years. You will find that our costs are all-inclusive. Our experienced funeral directors will sit down with your family and walk you through the entire process from start to finish.
• We have on-site staff available to answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you call us you will always to talk to one of our staff members, in our building, and never an answering service.
• We have funeral directors available in the office 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., to answer questions, meet with families, and assist with services.
• We never charge overtime fees for evenings or weekends.
• We offer every family we serve, a one-time, private viewing for the immediate family members prior to burial or cremation, at no additional cost. We do not limit the number of immediate family members who can attend, and follow the time limit to what the State of Oregon allows.
• We take care of any and all paperwork, including death certificates, veteran’s paperwork and flag applications, insurance assignments, preparation assistance with and submitting obituary notifications, etc. at no additional cost to our families.
• We offer an online memorial wall on our website for each person we serve at no additional cost.
• We have facilities that can accommodate most any type of service from small and intimate gatherings to larger groups, including reception facilities and larger rooms for viewings.
• We have staff dedicated to handling death certificates resulting in a faster processing time for our families.
• We strongly believe in treating the families we serve the way we would want our own families be treated and we hold ourselves to the highest standard of professionalism and care.

Can I plan my own funeral?

Can I plan my own funeral?

Absolutely! In fact, we strongly encourage and recommend that everyone take care of their own arrangements long before they need them. By taking care of your arrangements now you:

• Alleviate the burden from your loved ones having to make these decisions for you at perhaps one of the most difficult times in their lives.
• You decide the arrangements you want that best represent your life…it’s your story to tell!
• You are guaranteed to pay no more than today’s costs for your arrangements regardless of inflation.
• You have flexible payment options.


Cremation Options

How do I know I am getting my loved one’s cremated remains back?

How do I know I am getting my loved one’s cremated remains back?

Cremation of more than one person at the same time is illegal in the United States and in many other countries. The cremation chamber is purposefully designed to only hold one person at a time. In addition, cremation is a highly regulated process with strict procedures, ensuring we are holding our cremation services to the highest possible standard. All necessary paperwork must be completed with local authorities, and then a checklist is completed at the crematory. A metal disk with a unique ID number accompanies your loved one from the time we receive the person into our care throughout the cremation process, and after cremation occurs we attach the metal disk directly to your loved ones cremated remains. Knowing the level of respect and meticulous care with which we treat your loved, you can rest assured that you are receiving only your loved one’s cremated remains.

Is more than one person cremated at a time?

Is more than one person cremated at a time?

No. Cremation of more than one person at a time is illegal in the United States and the cremation chambers are specifically designed to only hold one person at a time for cremation.

How long does the cremation process take?

How long does the cremation process take?

The cremation process can take between 3 - 5 hours.

Why does the cost of cremation vary so much?

Why does the cost of cremation vary so much?

Like most things in life, you get what you pay for. Not all cremation services are created equally, nor are all funeral homes. There are many funeral homes that advertise a “low cost” cremation, but in reality have many hidden fees. To keep costs low, many of these types of businesses cut back on the service they provide to families, maintain limited facilities or don’t have facilities at all, operate on limited hours which can translate into extended wait times for families to make arrangements, and charge extra fees for items that would otherwise be included with using an all-inclusive funeral home. It is extremely important that families research the facility they are choosing and ask about all of the costs up front.

Can I still have a viewing and funeral services with cremation?

Can I still have a viewing and funeral services with cremation?

Yes. In fact, we encourage you to do so. Choosing cremation only indicates how you would like to care for your loved one after the service and does not exclude you from celebrating and honoring their life in any way. Whether you would like to have a visitation beforehand, arrange a funeral service before cremation, or wait and hold the service after the cremation, we are happy to help you design a meaningful service to accompany the cremation.

Are there restrictions on scattering my loved ones cremated remains?

Are there restrictions on scattering my loved ones cremated remains?

In general, the government does not regulate the scattering of cremated remains. Make sure you check with your local regulations beforehand, but most locations are usually okay as long as you are considerate and dispose of the container properly. If you wish to scatter someones cremated remains on private property, it is a good idea to consult the landowner first.

I had power of attorney over my loved one, now that they have passed can I sign the authorization for cremation?

I had power of attorney over my loved one, now that they have passed can I sign the authorization for cremation?

No. Power of attorney authorization ends at death. Unless the deceased had made a prior legal designation of right to control disposition by a written instrument, the person who would be authorized to sign for cremation would default to the State of Oregon’s guidelines of right to control disposition of remains. With that said, a person with a power of attorney could sign a cremation authorization on behalf of the individual BEFORE their death, so long as the power of attorney authorization allows for it, and is presented at the time of signing.

Can I sign my own cremation authorization form so my family doesn't have to?

Can I sign my own cremation authorization form so my family doesn't have to?

Yes! We strongly encourage and recommend that every individual take care of their arrangements long before they are needed. This includes being able to sign your own authorization for cremation.

Can I set up and pay for my own cremation?

Can I set up and pay for my own cremation?

Absolutely! In fact, we strongly encourage and recommend that everyone take care of their own arrangements long before they need them. By taking care of your arrangements now you:

• Alleviate the burden from your loved ones having to make these decisions for you at perhaps one of the most difficult times in their lives.
• You decide the arrangements you want that best represent your life…it’s your story to tell!
• You are guaranteed to pay no more than today’s costs for your arrangements regardless of inflation.
• You have flexible payment options.

What is a columbarium?

What is a columbarium?

A columbarium is a place for the interment of an urn containing a person’s cremated remains. They are often located in mausoleums, chapels, or memorial gardens, and contain numerous small compartments, or niches, designed to hold urns.

Can I still have a viewing and funeral services with cremation?

Can I still have a viewing and funeral services with cremation?

Yes. In fact, we encourage you to do so. Choosing cremation only indicates how you would like to care for your loved one after the service and does not exclude you from celebrating and honoring their life in any way. Whether you would like to have a visitation beforehand, arrange a funeral service before cremation, or wait and hold the service after the cremation, we are happy to help you design a meaningful service to accompany the cremation.

Are there restrictions on scattering my loved ones cremated remains?

Are there restrictions on scattering my loved ones cremated remains?

In general, the government does not regulate the scattering of cremated remains. Make sure you check with your local regulations beforehand, but most locations are usually okay as long as you are considerate and dispose of the container properly. If you wish to scatter someones cremated remains on private property, it is a good idea to consult the landowner first.

Who can authorize someone to be cremated?

Who can authorize someone to be cremated?

The State of Oregon has a very clear order as to who has the right to control a person's final disposition when they pass away (ORS 97.130). The statute is lengthy, but the general order is as follows:

1. Any individual of sound mind who is 18 years or older can sign their own authorization for cremation
2. Any individual designated by the deceased by written instrument who is 18 years or older
3. The spouse of the decedent
4. Children of the decedent who are 18 years of age or older
5. Parents of the decedent
6. Siblings of the decedent
7. Guardian of the decedent at the time of death
8. A person in the next degree of kindred to the decedent
9. The personal representative of the estate of the decedent
10. The person nominated as the personal representative of the decedent in the decedent’s last will and testament
11. A public health officer


I had power of attorney over my loved one, now that they have passed can I sign the authorization for cremation?

I had power of attorney over my loved one, now that they have passed can I sign the authorization for cremation?

No. Power of attorney authorization ends at death. Unless the deceased had made a prior legal designation of right to control disposition by a written instrument, the person who would be authorized to sign for cremation would default to the State of Oregon’s guidelines of right to control disposition of remains. With that said, a person with a power of attorney could sign a cremation authorization on behalf of the individual BEFORE their death, so long as the power of attorney authorization allows for it, and is presented at the time of signing.

Can I sign my own cremation authorization form so my family doesn't have to?

Can I sign my own cremation authorization form so my family doesn't have to?

Yes! We strongly encourage and recommend that every individual take care of their arrangements long before they are needed. This includes being able to sign your own authorization for cremation.

Can I set up and pay for my own cremation?

Can I set up and pay for my own cremation?

Absolutely! In fact, we strongly encourage and recommend that everyone take care of their own arrangements long before they need them. By taking care of your arrangements now you:

• Alleviate the burden from your loved ones having to make these decisions for you at perhaps one of the most difficult times in their lives.
• You decide the arrangements you want that best represent your life…it’s your story to tell!
• You are guaranteed to pay no more than today’s costs for your arrangements regardless of inflation.
• You have flexible payment options.

What is a columbarium?

What is a columbarium?

A columbarium is a place for the interment of an urn containing a person’s cremated remains. They are often located in mausoleums, chapels, or memorial gardens, and contain numerous small compartments, or niches, designed to hold urns.


Aqua Cremation

What actually happens…?

What actually happens…?

With alkaline hydrolysis, an individual body is gently placed in a container that is then placed in a clean, stainless steel vessel. A combination of water flow, temperature and alkalinity are used to accelerate the natural process of tissue hydrolysis, with the bone mineral or calcium phosphate remaining which is then processed into cremated remains.

Is the body dissolved in acid…?

Is the body dissolved in acid…?

No. Alkaline hydrolysis uses a catalyst called alkali, which is the chemical opposite of an acid.

Are the alkalis used in this process safe for the environment?

Are the alkalis used in this process safe for the environment?

Yes. The water-based process is 95% water and 5% alkali. A combination of alkalis (sodium and potassium hydroxide) are used in the process to dissolve the body. The alkalis used in this process are the same alkalis used in common cosmetic products, body washes, shaving creams, and even in food preparation. At the end of the process, the chemical has been completely used and no longer remains in the water solution.

What happens to the water…?

What happens to the water…?

The water is returned to the ecosystem via the normal wastewater treatment facility. The alkaline hydrolysis process produces a completely sterile solution of amino acids, sugars, nutrients, salts, and soap in a water solution. These are the byproducts of natural decomposition.

Are the cremated remains safe to handle…?

Are the cremated remains safe to handle…?

Yes. The remains are 100% safe, pathogen and disease free. The cremated remains that are returned to the family is simply bone mineral, or calcium phosphate. The cremated remains will keep in an urn, or may be buried or scattered in a special place as some families choose to do.

How long does the aqua cremation process take?

How long does the aqua cremation process take?

Aqua cremation generally takes 3 - 4 hours.


Outer Burial Container

What is the difference between a grave liner and a burial vault?

What is the difference between a grave liner and a burial vault?

A burial vault has a protective liner on the inside and a gasket seal that helps to keep a person’s casket clean and dry. A grave liner on the other hand does not have any of these protective qualities, allowing water and debris to flow through them.

Is an outer burial container required?

Is an outer burial container required?

Most cemeteries do require an outer burial container. They prevent the casket from collapsing from the weight of the earth and the heavy machinery that drive over the cemetery grounds. With that said, some cemeteries may offer garden areas where they do not require an outer burial container such as a natural burial site.

Do you need an outer burial container for cremated remains?

Do you need an outer burial container for cremated remains?

Most cemeteries will require that a person’s urn either be placed in an outer burial container or that the individual is placed in an urn that is designed specifically for burial.

Should I buy my outer burial container from the funeral home or a cemetery?

Should I buy my outer burial container from the funeral home or a cemetery?

Pricing can vary drastically between cemeteries and funeral homes so we recommend that families check with both entities before making a selection.

Can I pre-purchase my outer burial container?

Can I pre-purchase my outer burial container?

Yes! When you pre-purchase your outer burial container with Mt. Scott Funeral Home, you are guaranteed to pay no more than today’s costs, regardless of any future price increase.


Markers

What is the difference between a monument, headstone, and ledger?

What is the difference between a monument, headstone, and ledger?

Monuments stand upright and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. A headstone generally lays flat and is flush with the ground. A ledger is also lays flat but covers a larger area, either half of the grave space or all of the grave space.

What determines the cost of a marker?

What determines the cost of a marker?

The cost of the marker is based on its size and color of granite selected.

Should I buy my marker from Mt. Scott Funeral Home or the cemetery?

Should I buy my marker from Mt. Scott Funeral Home or the cemetery?

Pricing can vary drastically between cemeteries and funeral homes. We recommend that families check with both entities before making a selection.

Can I pre-purchase a marker?

Can I pre-purchase a marker?

Yes! We encourage people to take care of all their arrangements long before they need them. Taking care of your arrangements in advance can provide a significant price savings and allows you to choose the items most suited for your life.

Can I design my own headstone or monument?

Can I design my own headstone or monument?

Absolutely! Headstones and monuments are completely customizable and most any design is included in the cost of the marker.

Do I need to purchase the final date lettering from the cemetery?

Do I need to purchase the final date lettering from the cemetery?

No. Final date lettering can be purchased and supplied through the funeral home or cemetery. We recommend that families check with both entities before making a selection.


Green Burial

Can I have a viewing if my loved one has chosen natural burial and is not embalmed?

Can I have a viewing if my loved one has chosen natural burial and is not embalmed?

Yes. Except in certain special situations, embalming is NOT required by law. It is possible to have a limited viewing of a loved one without embalming.


Why Plan Ahead

When is the best time to preplan your funeral arrangements?

When is the best time to preplan your funeral arrangements?

The best time to begin making your prearrangements is NOW, while you are thinking about it. By taking time now to collect cost information and calmly make choices related to your funeral arrangements, you’ll be protecting your family against the strain of having to make these decisions at a time of extreme emotional stress.

Will my family have to pay more at the time of my death?

Will my family have to pay more at the time of my death?

No. Mt. Scott Funeral Home guarantees that you will pay no more than today’s cost for those services you select. The monies are placed in an account that will gain in cash value over its lifetime. At the time you pass away, the funeral home charges the account that days cost. If there is not enough money in the account to cover the costs the funeral home absorbs the difference. If there is excess money left over, it is refunded back to your estate.

What if I move?

What if I move?

Our plans are 100% transferrable to any funeral home to pay for your funeral expenses at the time of your passing. The only thing you might loose is the price guarantee, because another funeral home may not be able to provide the same services at our price. With that said, all of the monies you paid in plus any cash value the policy accrued will be available to pay towards your funeral arrangements.

How do I get started?

How do I get started?

Getting started is simple…just give us a call! We will set up an appointment where we can sit down together and discuss all of the options available to you based on your own individual needs and preferences.

What if the funeral home goes out of business?

What if the funeral home goes out of business?

Funeral homes are highly governed by how they can hold funds for future funeral expenses. By law, funeral homes are not allowed to hold these funds in the funeral home business account to protect consumers. Your money will be set aside and held by a third party, in an account to pay for your funeral, at your time of passing. When the person passes away, that company releases the funds back to the funeral home to pay for those funeral expenses.

Can I prepay for my funeral expenses?

Can I prepay for my funeral expenses?

Absolutely! Paying in advance guarantees you pay no more than today’s costs for the services you select regardless of any future inflation. We offer a wide variety of flexible payment options to fit within any budget.

Do I have to pay for my preplanned funeral arrangements all at once?

Do I have to pay for my preplanned funeral arrangements all at once?

No. Paying for your funeral expenses in advance allows you flexible payment options. So you can pay for it slowly over time instead of all at once. You can certainly make a one-time payment if you wish but it is not required.

Where are the monies held for my future funeral expenses?

Where are the monies held for my future funeral expenses?

Funeral homes are highly governed by how they can hold funds for future funeral expenses. We can use either a trust account or an insurance policy, specific for funeral homes to hold the funds up until the time the person passes away. At Mt. Scott Funeral Home we use an insurance policy. Because we use an insurance policy rather than a trust account, our clients receive more benefits such as; no tax liability, fist-day coverage options, an away from home benefit, and a grandchild protection plan.

Can I make changes to my plan?

Can I make changes to my plan?

Yes. We recommend that you review your plan throughout your lifetime to make sure that it is up to date and still reflects your final wishes. We generally recommend reviewing your plan following any major life event.

I'm young and don't have any major health issues, should I preplan my arrangements?

I'm young and don't have any major health issues, should I preplan my arrangements?

Absolutely! The reality of life is that it is uncertain. The sooner in life you take care of your arrangements, the more money you end up saving in the long run and it gives you peace of mind knowing that should something unexpected happen, you and your family are prepared.

 

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