• Social Security Benefits
    Just as you plan for your family’s protection if you die, you should consider the Social Security benefits that may be available if you are the survivor — that is, the spouse, child, or parent of a worker who dies. 
  • Texas Funeral Service Commission
    The Texas Funeral Service Commission serves to protect the public from deceptive practices in the funeral and death care industry in order to guarantee every citizen’s final disposition is conducted professionally and ethically.
  • Burial and Survivor Benefits for Veterans
    Survivors of Veterans may qualify for death benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Veterans Administration National Cemetery
    Veterans receive maximum benefits when they use a Veterans Administration National Cemetery for their interment and any eligible dependents. The Veterans Administration provides the grave space, opening and closing of the grave, concrete grave liner, grave marker, and perpetual care of the grave space for the veteran and eligible dependents.