The average person makes funeral arrangements for a loved one only once or twice in their lifetime. It is natural to feel overwhelmed or perhaps have a fear of the unknown. Your NFDA funeral director is familiar with the laws of your state as they pertain to your loved one’s arrangements and will help take care of all necessary details. They will contact all interested parties on your behalf, obtain all required permits, file the death certificate and guide you through the decision making process as it relates to services and funeral merchandise.
It's not uncommon to work with a funeral director who has a flair for creating memorable life tribute events. Funeral directors have evolved over the years to help families be as creative as they need to be when planning a service that captures the essence of one's life. Your NFDA member funeral director will have unique ideas and access to special resources to help your family plan accordingly.
By agreeing to comply with the NFDA Code of Professional Conduct, our funeral director members are committed to honesty and integrity. You are ultimately in charge of all decisions that are made; they are there to accompany you during this time to help make things as easy as possible.