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As we know, funeral cost are on the rise, but salaries are staying the same. Also, all be it unfortunate, many people still die without life insurance leaving their family and loved ones to worry about burial cost. Whether your family is low on funds, or if you don't want to spend a lot of money on a funeral & burial, cremations offer an affordable and efficient way to take care of your loved ones final arrangements.

If you are looking for a final arrangement option that involves no high pressure sales tactics, no hidden cost, and no one attempting to take advantage of you during your time of vulnerability call us today! Let our compassionate, and knowledgeable staff facilitate the cremation process with our network of licensed funeral directors and crematoriums  Simply notify us that the death has occurred, pay the required fees, and a representative will meet you at the hospital, nursing home, your home, in our office, or wherever you need us to meet you. Once we meet with you, we will complete and notarize all of the necessary cremation paperwork, contact the crematorium, and report the death to the proper government agencies.

**Disclaimer** ALEM agency Inc./Express Mobile Notaries it's notaries, contractors, or employees are not licensed funeral directors. ALEM agency Inc./Express Mobile Notaries provides travel services to the family, notarization of cremation authorization, notarization of next of kin, notarization of authorization to remove human remains, notification of death to one of our network crematoriums, processing of paperwork, payment facilitation, registration of death with proper government agencies, and a permanent urn for your loved one’s remains.

Listed below is a detailed of account of what is included in the $1,450 package. 

  • Local transfer of the body from the place of death to the crematory. *​
  • Care of and repository of remains.
  • Direct Cremation.
  • Physician notification.
  • Cremation permits.
  • Death certificate. 
  • Cremation container.
  • 1 Beautiful Permanent Urn for remains. ** Additional Urn options are available.
  • Notarized Authorization to remove remains.
  • Notarized Authorization to cremate and order for disposition.
  • Notarized Authorization to notify next of kin.
  • Travelling Fees.***

*-- For persons weighing 300 pounds or less. Individuals weighing more are subject to an additional surcharge. 

**-- Additional Urn options are available.
***-- Travel fees to 1 address for notarization of forms; travel to additional addresses are $75 each.Sunday & Late night travel fees are subject to a $100 surcharge. 

​You can trust that the crematorium will ID and properly dispose of your loved ones remains. The crematorium that we are in alliance with has an 12 step identification process listed below:

"1.) A wrist band identification is placed on the deceased; and if family is present, they are invited to write the deceased's name on tag. 2.) The deceased is then placed into a cremation container (law in Illinois) and the person's name is written directly on the container. 3.) Family signs an authorization for cremation, verifying the death of their loved one and giving us permission in writing to do the cremation. 4.) Copies of these documents are attached to the outside of the cremation container. 5.) The county medical examiner or coroner acknowledges awareness of the death and verifies cause of death or requires an autopsy or investigation. 6.) The death is recorded with the county and a cremation permit is issued (the permit is also attached to the cremation container). 7.)The death certificate and medical examiner's permit are filed with the State. 8.) Certified copies of the death certificate are available to the family and a State permit is issued, giving us the authority to perform the cremation. Only now can the cremation be performed.  9.) Crematory operator fills out a crematory control sheet, which requires two personnel to sign off on prior to the cremation being performed. 10.)The cremation is logged in the record book. The name of the deceased, date, cremation chamber used, time started and operator's name are recorded. Copies of #3, 4, 5, and 6 are attached to the outside of the cremation chamber. 11.)Paperwork is prepared in the office while the cremation is taking place. Immediately following the completion of the cremation the cremated remains are placed in an urn with the deceased's name already on the container. 12.) The cremated remains are returned to the family. The family must show picture I.D. and sign a release stating they are taking custody of the cremated remains."

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