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Cremation Services From $695-$1395

Our Cremation Package Includes

  • Transportation of the deceased to the crematory
  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Obtaining cremation approval from the medical examiner
  • Assistance in filing for VA benefits and insurance policies
  • Social security administration forms completed
  • Alternative container (The container the body is cremated in)
  • Rigid container (For the return of the cremated remains)

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  • Most trusted Cremation provider for over two decades
  • Compassionate and Professional service
  • Affordable & Dignified Cremation Services
  • Serving all faiths & ethnicities

Veteran's Benefits

veteran's benefits

Burial benefits are available for spouses and dependents buried in a national cemetery include burial with the Veteran, perpetual care, and the spouse or dependents name and date of birth and death will be inscribed on the Veteran's headstone, at no cost to the family.

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Social Security Benefits

social security benefits

A one time payment is payable to the surviving spouse if he or she was living with the beneficiary at the time of death, or if living apart, was eligible for Social Security benefits on the beneficiary's earnings record for the month of death.

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Scattering at Sea

scattering at sea

The popularity of scattering at sea is steadily growing as people look to the organic nature of the ocean to help them bring closure to the loss of a loved one. Scattering at sea combines a sense of finality and a sense of a new beginning. It returns us to nature and the origin of our being.
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Options We Can Offer

New Mexico Cremation Services and Scattering Cremains Information can be found through our service.

Many people are choosing New Mexico Cremation Services today because it gives them so many options. Perhaps it’s because more people are choosing New Mexico Cremation Services because they want to be able to scatter the ashes. While scattering the ashes of your loved one by New Mexico Cremation Services is a very personal choice and something that many prefer, you should find out what is involved first from New Mexico Cremation Services as there are often laws and legislations that are connected with this practice. New Mexico Cremation Services say you can’t scatter ashes anywhere you want, although many go with the don’t ask, don’t tell practice.

One thing that you should do if you have chosen New Mexico Cremation Services and are going to be scattering the ashes is you should ensure that the remains have been completely pulverized. Normally, the New Mexico Cremation Services you have chosen should take care of this. After the body has been cremated by New Mexico Cremation Services and soft tissue has evaporated into gas, the rest will be turned to ash. There will still be bone fragments left and the New Mexico Cremation Services will pulverize these until they are completely fine. You should not be able to notice any bone fragments left aafter they are pulverized by New Mexico Cremation Services. If there are bone fragments that are left and the ashes are scattered it is possible that at a later date someone might mistake them for evidence of a crime scene, so New Mexico Cremation Services is very dilligent about their processing methods.

Once you have done this you can think about where you are going to scatter the ashes and advise your New Mexico Cremation Services of your decision. When you use New Mexico Cremation Services and choose to have New Mexico Cremation Services scatter the ashes there are many places you may want to consider but it is important to remember that for some places you will need to get permission and New Mexico Cremation Services can provide you with this information. New Mexico Cremation Services say the only place you will not need permission for New Mexico Cremation Services to scatter is on your own private property. If it is your own property you can scatter ashes whereever you like.

There are other places where New Mexico Cremation Services will have to get permission to scatter the ashes if you use New Mexico Cremation Services. You may know of another private property that belongs to someone else where you would like to scatter the ashes and for this New Mexico Cremation Services says you will just need to get permission from the property owner. If you want to scatter your loved one’s ashes in a National Park each one will have their own individual rules. You will have to contact the park directly and request their guidelines for scattering of ashes. Most will allow it within certain limits; for example, you may not be able to scatter ashes within a certain distance from monuments and there may be certain places where you cannot scatter ashes at all says New Mexico Cremation Services.

Another option that many consider when they find New Mexico Cremation Services is their first choice is scattering the ashes of their loved one in the ocean. If their loved one felt close to the sea then scattering the ashes here by New Mexico Cremation Services is a great choice. There will be guidelines that New Mexico Cremation Services have to follow. Each state will have rules about how far you need to be from the shore. After you find this out you may want New Mexico Cremation Services to scatter the ashes at sunrise or sunset a beautiful time of the day.

If you’re not sure where you want New Mexico Cremation Services to scatter the ashes you should look into inquiring at churches. Many churches have special memorial gardens where the ashes of the deceased can be scattered. If your loved one that has passed away had a special church that they liked to go to you might want to start by asking there. If they don’t have a special memorial garden you could consider scattering the ashes around the base of a favorite tree, in a flower garden, or along a pathway.

New Mexico Cremation Services say that one of the most important things to remember with scattering of ashes is that the place you choose to scatter them should be personal. The place of scattering of the ashes should have some meaning to your loved one that passed away. It may be a place that family went to often or a place where they liked to go to be alone and think. It might even be a place where something really important happened, like where they proposed to their spouse or where they built their first house. You can even have a gathering of close family and friends when you have New Mexico Cremation Services scatter the ashes. Before the ashes are scattered by New Mexico Cremation Services, you can share stories and memories of what that person meant to you.

One option you might want to consider that is very similar to scattering of ashes is the burying or sinking of a biodegradable urn available at New Mexico Cremation Services. In places that have a lot of wind this can make the process a lot easier. Biodegradable urns from New Mexico Cremation Services can be either buried in the ground or sunk into the ocean, a lake, or a river. New Mexico Cremation Services tell us that these urns will disintegrate over a period of time and will have no harmful effects on the environment.

Please contact us if we can assist you with New Mexico Cremation Services.