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  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Assistance in filing for VA & Social Security Benefits
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  • Rigid container (for the return of the cremated remains)
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Veteran's Benefits

If your loved one was in the military they may qualify for a burial with Military Funeral Honors or (MFH). This Veterans benefit includes an Honor Guard detail of not less than two Armed Services members at the burial or memorial, burial in a Government cemetery, and a grave marker.

  Social Security Benefits

Family members of the deceased may be entitled to receive Social Security benefits if the deceased worked long enough and had Social Security taken out of their paycheck...

How to Give a Eulogy

The eulogy or speech given at a memorial service or funeral does not have to follow any specific guide on how to write a eulogy, but it is helpful if you know where to start.

New Yorkers: Understanding Out of State Deaths and Funerals
New York is a state that has a lot of residents who spend part of the year in a warmer state. Many New York residents end up moving to warmer states upon retirement. This can leave many families trying to figure out what to do when grandma passes away in Florida but all of the family still lives in New York. For the most part, New York funeral homes can handle everything involved in transporting the body back to New York and even handle all of the arrangements for a funeral service.
If the deceased was from New York but moved permanently to another state, there's the chance that he or she wants two funeral services. Funeral homes in New York work with many people who move from one state to another and desire to have two funeral services. This allows friends and family from the home state to share their respects, while also providing the same opportunity for new friends to share their respects by having a funeral in the state where the deceased resided. Funeral homes in New York can work with you to arrange funerals in both places.
Fulfilling the Wishes of a Will
You may think that because the deceased is your mother or father you have the right to choose how New York funeral homes handle the service. This may be true, unless the deceased has a will. If the deceased created a will that explains the terms of his or her funeral arrangements, you will need to comply with those wishes. This means that if your grandmother wished to have a funeral in the state she resided and the state of New York, you will need to plan two funerals.
Many times family members will take into consideration the burden of multiple funerals. For this reason, the will may request that the main funeral service be held in New York and a simple memorial service held in the other state. If you're lucky, the deceased will have a close friend who is willing to plan the memorial service so that you can focus on working with New York funeral homes for the funeral. If the deceased is cremated, the will may also contain a directive on what to do with the ashes. Funeral homes in New York are able to effectively manage both burials or cremation services.
Planning the Body for Transport to New York
The great thing about the funeral industry is that there are major corporations that specialize in transporting bodies for funeral services. Funeral homes in New York will contact the transport company and make all of the arrangements. If an out of state funeral home has the body, New York funeral homes will communicate with the out of state funeral home to arrange transport. All you have to worry about is getting the information on when the body will arrive and what you need to do to further make arrangements for the funeral service. Funeral homes in New York will even insure that all of the necessary paperwork, including permits and transport records, are signed and approved.
If the deceased did not wish to be transported back to New York, you will need to work directly with an out of state funeral home to make arrangements. Depending on the situation, New York funeral homes may be able to help you arrange out of state services, but funeral homes often want to work directly with the responsible party. If you're unable to travel to the state where your loved one died, the funeral home will handle everything for you, including the cemetery details. If you wanted the deceased's body to be returned for burial in New York, there isn't much you can do if there is a will directive. However, this doesn't mean that funeral homes in New York can't help you plan a memorial service for friends and family. You do not need the body in order to hold a beautiful memorial service.
Multiple Funerals May Require Travel
If the deceased wanted two funerals, you may wish to be at both services. You can work directly with the out of state funeral home, while at the same time working with funeral homes in New York to make arrangements. The staff at both funeral homes should work together on transport details so that the body arrives back in New York in time for that funeral service. The great thing about working with New York funeral homes is that they will handle everything for you while you're gone. Planning a funeral is stressful, and funeral homes in New York work hard to relieve that stress and insure that you are able to grieve and heal from your loss.
While having to organize and plan two different funerals isn't ideal, it is possible. If you get stuck in a situation where you must plan an out of state funeral, New York funeral homes will be happy to help you with any local arrangements or transportation of the body. In some situations, the funeral is held out of state but the body is flown back to the home state for burial. You can still work with funeral homes in New York to arrange transport and burial, with or without a local service.