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This blog will seek to address questions that consumers may have about the process of establishing irrevocable trusts in New Jersey, what is considered allowable and what is prohibited, and how a funeral director can help you through creating the trust. In New Jersey, you must meet with a licensed funeral director to pre arrange a funeral.
Glossary of Terms to Help You Understand

Glossary of Terms to Help You Understand

The language surrounding a funeral prearrangement for someone who is seeking to qualify for SSI/Medicaid can seem confusing, but when...

How Much Do You Know? Take Our Quiz

How Much Do You Know? Take Our Quiz

Do you think you know the rules surrounding the spend-down process for qualifying for SSI/Medicaid and prearranging a funeral under...

Do’s and Don’ts for Making Irrevocable Funeral Agreements

Do’s and Don’ts for Making Irrevocable Funeral Agreements

Funeral planning can seem daunting. Preplanning funeral services when you are seeking to qualify for SSI/Medicaid can be even more...

Should You Have a Funeral Agent?

Should You Have a Funeral Agent?

As people live longer, the possibility of outliving all family members is becoming greater. In cases such as these, an individual...

3 Things a Funeral Director Must Provide When You Are Preplanning a Funeral

3 Things a Funeral Director Must Provide When You Are Preplanning a Funeral

You’ve decided to create an irrevocable prepaid funeral trust for a family member in order to comply with Medicaid eligibility...

Preplan Your Funeral

Preplanning your funeral allows you to communicate your wishes in advance and relieves those you leave behind from having to make difficult decisions at an emotional time.
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