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Beneficiary Advance leverages our life insurance assignment expertise to hospice professionals and consumers by providing families a continuum of care with access to life insurance proceeds in as little as 48 hours without death certificate.

Beneficiary Advance has helped families across America by advancing on over 790,000 policies from more than 1,000 insurance companies totaling in excess of 4.75 billion dollars.

Don’t wait weeks or months for life insurance proceeds, we can help your family today…

When your loved one leaves you life insurance, it’s a gift.

Making end of life decisions for a loved one is stressful. Struggling with their care and your impending loss make this one of the most difficult events of a lifetime, especially when finances are an issue.

If your loved one has a life insurance policy, they wanted to provide for you in this difficult situation. Unfortunately, life insurance companies make the claim process difficult and receiving the proceeds could take months while bills pile up.

Let Beneficiary Advance do the claim work for you. You’ll get the money you need much faster and have time to focus on more important things.

In addition to final expenses and figuring out how to pay for them, there are many other decisions that need to be made quickly upon the loss of a loved one. Here a few things to be prepared for when the time comes.

Beneficiary Advance Funeral Planning Checklist

  • Gather necessary documents (Will, DD 214, Life Insurance Policies, Pre-Need Trust/Policies)
  • Determine method of payment for funeral home, cemetery or crematory
  • If life insurance is available, Apply at Beneficiary Advance to receive proceeds within 24-48 hours
  • Select Funeral Home
  • If burial (including cremated remains), Select Cemetery
  • Who will be the designated next of kin making decisions at the funeral home?
  • Discuss type of services (traditional, memorial, celebration of life)
  • If a traditional funeral service, viewing prior to service?
  • Discuss who conducts services (clergy, family member, celebrant, other)
  • Discuss location of services (church, funeral home, other)
  • Final disposition location (cemetery, if cremation: scattering, home, other)
  • Memorialization: cemetery marker, engraved urn, divided cremation remains, cremation jewelry etc.
  • Initiate creating obituary (date of marriage, survivors, career highlights, military service, education highlights, membership organizations, hobbies/interests, farewell message.
  • Instead of flowers, donations to favorite charity?
  • Create contact list of friends and family to notify of death.
  • Collect usernames and passwords to close digital accounts