Death Care Law Blog
March 19, 2012
Mortuary Management recently ran a short editorial criticizing cemeteries, stating “we can only conclude that cemeteries will, in the long run, be the losers”, and “it may be time for a reevaluation of standards and staunch principles of the past”. The editorial is nothing more than a handful of comments from anonymous funeral directors about interment charges, and a vague criticism of cemeteries. However, the quotes are representative of the friction that frequently exists between the funeral home and the cemetery that maintain an adversarial relationship while seeking to serve the same families. All too often, families get caught in the middle of that competition, and in the long run, everyone loses.
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