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With Affordable Funerals Network, your process starts from the privacy of your own home, nursing home, hospital or hospice care. Yet, you don’t have to sacrifice personalized service with our cost-effective options. You’ll start by answering a few questions as part of our confidential intake process on our AFN Mobile App. You will select the AFN Funeral or Cremation Service Provider from our list of AFN Mobile App affiliates in your area. After your selection, you will be immediately connected to the AFN Mobile App affiliate, who will guide you through the completion of the arrangements to celebrate the life of your loved one.
You can make additional selections of caskets, and types of service through your provider.
Just because you’re receiving a 20% reduction on your selected merchandise and professional services, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice on quality. The AFN Mobile App affiliate provides a comprehensive package that includes:
Yes. If you decide upon cremation as your preferred method of disposition. You will still have the option of inviting friends and family to a viewing and service that includes the traditional aspects of a funeral, including a rental casket.
You can be assured that all of the AFN Mobile App affiliates in our network have been selected because of their extensive experience, their certification in the industry, and their dedication to providing compassionate guidance during a difficult time in people’s lives. Upon completion of the intake process, you will select from a list of AFN Mobile App affiliates within your area.
You already may have consulted an attorney in the case of a wrongful death lawsuit. If not, you may want to consider contacting one if the death of your loved was the result of negligence on the part of another person, including careless driving, or an intentional unlawful act, such as assault and/or battery. Wrongful death also can result from medical malpractice, product defects, premises liability and workplace accidents. Essentially, anytime someone dies because of anything other than natural causes, there is a possibility that someone else or an entity is legally to blame. These all can be the basis for a lawsuit filed against the party or parties who caused the death in support of the deceased. An attorney can provide legal advice that could lead to the cost of funeral services being covered as well as other financial support the family otherwise would have received from the deceased.