Who Will Pay For Your:
- Unpaid credit cards, home and car loans
- Other household bills
- Children's and grandchildren's future education
- Your medical bills and final burial expenses
The purchase of burial or funeral life insurance is a practical way to protect your family and loved ones from the burden of outstanding debt when you die. Coverage typically ranges from $5,000 to $50,000, allowing you to tailor each policy according to your particular needs. With the rising cost of funeral expenses, it is important to protect your loved ones once you're no longer there to care for them.
According to Stephanie Christensen of the San Francisco Chronicle...
... having a financial plan for the costs to cover your death is a fact of life.
Globe Life Insurance provides an affordable option when it comes to burial and funeral insurance for adults. It's easy to apply, just answer a few short health questions. Once you're insured, coverage will never be reduced or canceled throughout the policy period due to health or occupation and a policy can cost as little as $0.50 per week.
Erik Eckholm of the New York Times says...
... [people] see holding burial insurance as a point of pride, as well as security. They want a dignified funeral for themselves and their kin, and they have seen the crushing debts left by funerals that may cost well over $5,000.
Burial insurance is a commodity that people have always needed. The cost of paying for a funeral and burial is often a shock to survivors. Family's must also consider any unpaid debt such as credit cards, home and/or car loans. There are often other household bills, children's and grandchildren's education expenses and medical bills to consider.