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Expat Funeral Plans - The Opal Plan

By Steve Rowlands - Tue 6th Apr 2010

THE OPAL PLAN - the following plan permits cremation

The following plan permits cremation in Spain. Should you require burial then the company contributes a sum equal to the cremation towards the burial costs. If there are additional costs for the grave plot these must be paid at the time. Choose the plan that suits your service requirements, then decide if you your require the additional options listed below:

• The funeral directors professional services

• Removal to the funeral directors premises (within mainland Spain)

• Care of the deceased for visit by family & friends

• Mortuary expenses – two days

• Supply of a wood veneer coffin robe & fittings

• Hearse on the day of the funeral to crematorium/cemetery

• Provision of necessary staff

• Cremation fees & doctors certificates

• Provision of a basic urn

• All legal documents necessary for the funeral to take place

• Advice to executors relating to registration & documentation

Total Cost of plan : £2'864.00 / EU3'150.00 *

(* Prices for indicative purposes only - please confirm with Golden Leaves)

Additional Options :

1.) Repatriation of ashes in a sealed urn : £250

2.) A further five days mortuary expense : £550

3.) Mortuary expense per day : £110

Please Note: Should you want to pay by instalments and require the additional options their cost will be paid in advance. Payments by instalments are subject to a cumulative interest charge of 6% - The 1st year is interest free.

The Pearl and Golden Funeral Plans for expat’s are also available

If you would like to purchase this Funeral Plan, or require any further information, please click on the link (above ) to visit our own page…

Comment on this Blog

Can you sent me info, of the funeral plan's For both UK and orchestra's Regards David Jorden
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