Planning your own funeral arrangements in Clearfield, Layton, or Roy ensures that your celebration of life will be just how you want it. You can specify the exact type of service you want.
A financially smart move, pre-planning also provides peace of mind to you and your family. By using the time now to make funeral or celebration of life choices, you will be saving your family from the stress of having to make these decisions during grief.
Comprehensive Funeral Pre-planning Services
Lindquist Mortuaries and Cemeteries offers comprehensive funeral planning services in Layton and the surrounding areas. Our services include insurance-funded funeral plans for you and your loved ones.
We have the tools you need to help you plan, and we have a team of pre-planning advisors trained to help you design a celebration that’s uniquely you. You can choose between burial services and cremation, and you can choose your own casket or cremation container. Our funeral arrangement services for Roy, Layton, and Clearfield residents simply remove the guesswork from the service.
You can fund your funeral in advance through different payment plans at Lindquist Mortuaries and Cemeteries. This locks in today’s price so you won’t have to worry about inflation, as well as guarantees that your funeral goods and services will be there for future need.
The best time to start planning and designing your funeral is now.
Learn more about planning your funeral or memorial service by reading the frequently asked questions and their answers below.
We believe this is a smart decision for everyone regardless of age. It is our common experience that the unexpected can and does happen and you are never too young to begin thinking about the end of life. We have served individuals and families from their 20s to their 90s who recognize the importance of advanced planning.
By working with a trained and licensed Lindquist’s Family Service Counselor, you’ll learn about the many options and services our comprehensive plans provide. We find that during our informative visits, the details become clearer. Decisions are best made with complete information; the more you know, the more confident you will be to making these critical choices. We want to make this experience as simple and comfortable for you as possible.
It has been said that “the only thing that is constant is change.” Because our life experiences are similar to yours, we are happy to explain the many flexible options available to you including the encouragement to review your plan at least every five years. The more comfortable you are with your decisions, the greater your peace of mind when you consider the burdens then lifted from your family.
We know from our years of experience that your family will appreciate a frank and honest discussion about the decisions you have made. Stronger family relationships can be established with such discussions as confidence grows regarding the thoughtful reasons for your decisions. We at Lindquist’s Mortuaries encourage you to share this information with your family. Upon request, we are happy to provide copies of your plans and arrangements with designated family members for their records and safekeeping.
Absolutely. We have anticipated the reality of the ever-changing life circumstances and know that it’s common for people to relocate. All Lindquist’s insurance-funded funeral plans are fully transferable and we are happy to assist with any of these details.
Should any money you invest earn dividends or interest, those funds would then become subject to income tax. However, given the volatility of the market there’s no guarantee any investment would keep up with increasing funeral expenses. A pre- arranged funeral plan with Lindquist’s will ensure there will be sufficient funds to cover future costs. You will not be required to pay taxes on the increasing death benefit and your family will be secure in the knowledge they need make only one phone call to make arrangements on your behalf.
Most people who preplan already have other kinds of life insurance in place. Life insurance is needed to maintain the lifestyle of your loved ones and to take care of medical costs and the daily living expenses of those left behind. A Lindquist’s funeral plan is different in that it is designed to guarantee funeral costs at today’s prices and allow for additional funds for miscellaneous expenses such as newspaper obituary notices, flowers, travel, certified copies of death certificates, sales tax, etc.
Unfortunately, veterans' benefits have been drastically reduced over the years. Veterans do receive many burial benefits including military honors, a flag, and marker or monument to mark the grave. A burial space and grave liner are provided when the burial takes place in a national VA cemetery. There are also burial options for a spouse or child. Other monetary benefits may be available and determined on a case-by-case basis. Our Family Service Counselors are experienced with all aspects of veterans’ benefits and will be happy to review this information with you in relation to your particular circumstances. State veterans' cemetery benefits vary depending on military involvement. Please contact us for current benefits.
This is a fair question but challenging to answer. Funeral costs are determined by many personal choices, such as the type of service, choice of casket, etc. The funeral service industry is highly regulated by the Federal Trade Commission, which requires a copy of our General Price List, detailing our services and products, be made available to anyone who requests it. Our Family Service Counselors are happy to provide you with a General Price List and discuss this question in greater detail.
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We hope the answers to these questions are helpful, but realize that you may have questions we have not addressed. Please don’t hesitate to contact a Lindquist’s Family Service Counselor by phone or e-mail with your particular question. We will be happy to discuss your specific concerns.
With prearranged, funded plans from Lindquist’s Mortuaries and Cemeteries, your loved ones will be relieved of many decisions and concerns during a time of extreme stress. Your expressed wishes will be followed and the funeral will not be a financial strain on your family.