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Information, costs, and options for cremation services in Florida.
Cremation has become a popular option in the United States, with over 50% of people in choosing cremation. According to industry experts, this number will continue to rise for the foreseeable future. In 2000, about 1 in 4 people chose cremation. In 2012, 43% of people were choosing this option. At the same rate, by 2030, 70% of people will be choosing cremation. ( Here are some of the benefits and options people choose cremation. 1. Cremation can cost a fraction of funeral and burial costs. Depending on where you live, and the cremation options you select, the cost of cremation will range from $800-$3,000. Cremation cost is significantly lower than the average full-service funeral with in-ground burial that can cost over $10,000 and higher.…
June 23, 2020 Written by
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Many Cremation Options

Sometimes our clients think that cremation has limited choices. When actually, cremation can increase your options. At Eternal Cremation Services of Florida, we offer many ways to remember your loved one. Please remember private spreading is spreading ashes in a publicly accessible location. You have to refer to state and county laws to determine if there are any restrictions or permits to obtain before spreading. The benefits of private spreading options are that they are typically inexpensive or free, and you can choose a location that is important to you or your family. Today people are spreading ashes in multiple locations. Here is our list of ideas you can do with your loved one’s cremains. Start by reflecting on their passion and hobbies what they…
A death certificate may not be the document anyone wants to think about, but it does have an important purpose. There are several reasons why you may need to obtain a death certificate, typically to serve as proof for legal purposes. Fortunately, it can be reasonably easy for an immediate family member to get a copy of this particular document, especially for the reasons listed below. Claiming Life Insurance – If you are the named beneficiary of a life insurance policy, no matter what your relationship to the deceased person was, you will need to produce a government-issued copy of the death certificate to claim those benefits. The process for claiming life insurance can be slow and painful—getting a copy of the death certificate as…

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