Buying a Funeral Plan for Someone Else
If you’re looking to buy a Funeral Plan on behalf of your mother, father, partner or another loved one, you can, as long as the person for whom the Plan is for is aged 18 or over.
Take care of arrangements in advance
Taking care of funeral arrangements in advance when you have more time to think about it, can help avoid making decisions when emotions are heightened at the time of bereavement. If it’s possible to discuss the arrangements with your loved one it can help reassure all involved that everything is taken care of. Or even if it’s not possible to discuss arrangements, taking control of the situation in advance can provide great comfort.
A collection of the UK's Funeral Directors
When you take out a Funeral Plan from Dignity, the Plan includes the services of a Dignity Nominated Funeral Director, who will be on hand to help you with the funeral arrangements when the time comes. Dignity has a network of Funeral Directors across the UK so you can rest assured that your funeral will be in excellent hands.
Activating a Funeral Plan
When the time comes, it just takes one phone call to set the Funeral Plan into motion. Your Dignity Nominated Funeral Director will take care of all the arrangements, providing help and guidance every step of the way. They will also help to add any personal touches that you've recorded. "