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Safeguard against the unexpected
Funeral, cremation or burial planning in a time of immediate need can be incredibly stressful for a family. Planning ahead gives you time to research your options, communicate with those you love and give your family the gift of saying goodbye peacefully.
Protect against inflation
Planning a funeral, cremation or burial ahead of time allows you to pay today’s prices for future services, protecting you and your loved ones against rising costs. Plus, you can get 16% off cemetery property and up to 10% off funeral plans*.
Get protection for life
You have the option to pay for your plan all at once or with low monthly payments over three to five years. Once your plan is paid off, your family will never have to worry about planning or paying for your funeral, cremation or burial.
100% service guarantee
At Dignity Memorial, we strive to get every detail right the first time, every time. That's why we offer every family we serve a 100% service guarantee. Should any detail of our service not meet the expectations as promised in our agreement, we’ll do everything we can to make it right, up to refunding that portion of the service.
Why Choose Dignity Memorial?
When you have a prepaid plan with a Dignity Memorial provider and wish to transfer the plan to another location more than 75 miles away, every detail of your plan moves with you. All of our prepaid plans are transferable and will be honored by any of the qualifying 1,900 Dignity Memorial providers in North America. That’s a promise you won’t find anywhere else.
Family First Cost COVERAGE
We hope this never happens, but when you have a cemetery plan or funeral package with Dignity Memorial and suffer the loss of an unmarried child or grandchild who is under the age of 21, we will take care of funeral services, cremation services and cemetery interment rights up to the same level as your own plan. This protection is at no cost to you, through any provider in the Dignity Memorial family you choose, nationwide.
Not available in MD and NY. Other restrictions may apply.
Purchase Protection Plan
Should you pass away before your purchased cemetery property is fully paid for, your family will receive some financial relief. Our Purchase Protection Plan will help take care of any remaining balance due to the cemetery.
Purchaser must be under 65 years of age; maximum forgiven balance not to exceed $5,000. Other restrictions may apply.
If you plan a life celebration with us, but at some point in the future, and for any reason, you would like to add to your plan with new arrangements, you can. With Lifetime Flexibility, if you want to make any changes to your plan, we are always available to discuss your many options.
For more than a century, families have chosen Dignity Memorial providers to celebrate their loved ones. Each year, we serve more than 375,000 families. Check out these Verified Testimonials to see what customers say about their experiences with us.
“After seeing so many friends and relatives deal with the stress and worries of funeral arrangements on top of the sadness of the death of a loved one I decided that I would eliminate that burden for my family and go with pre planning...Final expenses are not cheap and decisions aren't easy, yet I never felt pressured or demeaned in any way when I didn't decide right away.”
“My parents pre arranged their funerals. So when my father passed, my mother had the peace of mind to know that everything was taken care of. The staff were kind, compassionate, polite, caring and helpful.”
“Pre-planning a funeral for a parent is important, especially when you vow to honor their wishes. Making that initial call to start the funeral arrangement process, needless to say, one of the most difficult issues to discuss and calls to make, especially when your loved one is still full of life.”