CARE ADVICE SERVICE

Worthing Office 01903 550204 | Norwich Office 01603 552104


Care Advice Service

Main Office - West Sussex

23-24 New Broadway, Worthing, BN11 4HP


East Anglia Office

46 Brook Street, Norwich

NR10 5HF

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FUNERAL PLANS

Although you are thinking about funding care, buying a funeral plan at this time can be a very good idea.

•    It means that your funeral can be chosen and planned calmly in advance. 
•    It prevents your executors needing to access funds from your estate to pay for your funeral before probate has been granted.
•    It may protect a little more of your estate for your beneficiaries.
•    It allows you to buy your funeral at today's prices.  The average cost of a funeral increased by 110% since 2004*, if this continues in 10 years the average funeral could be as much as £7298*
Having bought a funeral plan, you and your family can relax, knowing that when the time comes your family will not have the additional worry of planning everything and your wishes will be known.

Having researched the market, we recommend funeral plans from Golden Charter.  Golden Charter is owned by the country’s widest network of independent funeral directors and is one of the UK's leading funeral plan providers.  They offer access to a wide choice of independent local funeral directors.  If you have a preferred funeral director, you can note this on your application, or leave the choice to Golden Charter.


Buying a Golden Charter funeral plan is a thoughtful way to plan ahead and make things simpler for your family at a difficult time.

Interested in finding out more?

Contact us on 01903 550204 for a brochure and application pack
Or 
Alternatively click here to buy a plan online

*SunLife Cost of Dying Report 2017

** If a funeral plan is purchased close to the time that funds run down to local authority funding levels it is possible that the purchase will be regarded as a deprivation of assets.