New Jersey Funeral Planning Quote Service To Reduce Costs And Stress Launched

Residents in New Jersey can benefit from a newly launched funeral planning quote service that is free to use. People can also access a free guide and book when they use the no obligation service.

MOUNT LAUREL, United States - August 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A leading insurance agency has launched a new funeral planning quote service aimed at New Jersey residents to reduce costs and stress. Will Love started his agency after the loss of his daughter, who was extremely difficult to get coverage for because of her physical disability.

Find out more at https://www.funeralfundplan.com

The newly launched funeral planning quote service can help people gain control, save money, provide their families with financial security, and prevent funeral fraud. People who opt to use the no obligation quote service will receive a free planning guide, as well as a free book titled ‘What You Need to Know about Funerals.’

Quotes are free to receive and are tailored to the needs of everyone. Will Love understands death is not a one-size-fits all business. People may have different needs, wants, and wishes that should be taken into consideration.

Planning early enables people to choose what they want in terms of a funeral plot, casket, flowers, music, whether they want a church service or a ceremony at a funeral home, as well as the choice between a cremation or burial.

Considering these details and more before the end can prevent families from overspending on funeral arrangements and can reduce stress. Many families worry about having enough money to cover the costs of funerals and disagreements can ensue if instructions are not clear.

Advantages to working with Will Love and his agency include the fact there are live agents on standby to answer questions or queries and even more answers by the free guide and book. Obtaining a no obligation quote is free of charge and there are contact-free or telephone appointment options available.

No nurse visits or medical examinations are required, just answer a few health questions and an immediate decision is given. It takes approximately 15 minutes on the telephone to secure a quote and discounts are available to those who commit early.

A spokesperson said: “We offer peace of mind to millions of Americans looking to protect their loved ones from funeral costs. Like everything today, costs are rising.”

“It’s not uncommon for funeral expenses to run into tens of thousands of dollars, potentially leaving loved ones with a big financial burden. But there is a simple solution. The Funeral Fund Plan was designed to be a one stop easy way for Americans to protect their loved ones from financial hardship,” they added.

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Will Love
Email: Send Email
Organization: The LoveLife Group
Address: 3111 Rte 38 Ste 11266, MOUNT LAUREL, New Jersey 08054, United States
Phone: +1-856-823-1818
Website: http://www.funeralfundplan.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88972693

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