Florida Final Expense Insurance
According to the National Funeral Directors Association, the median cost of a funeral can be over $9,000. Typically, the costs of a funeral are shouldered by the estate of the deceased. Funeral expenses are a priority obligation that will be paid before most other estate debts. If, however, funds are still short, the person who signed the funeral contract will be responsible for the outstanding balance.
Most traditional life insurance policies require a medical exam to help set the cost of your policy. Final expense policies like a burial insurance policy don’t require much research and applicants will often be insured after answering a few questions.
Depending on the insurer, final expense policies may have added features such as child riders, accidental death & dismemberment, or support benefits for surviving loved ones such as funeral price shopping. Not all policies are the same, so make sure to review the policy’s benefits carefully.