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If you’re living in Spain or simply visiting, pre-planning your funeral isn’t just a kind and caring thing to do, it’s essential. Living in the warmth and friendship of an expatriate community has many benefits – but what happens if you were to die there.
Pre-planning your funeral is a thoughtful and responsible way to show that you care about your family. You’re guaranteed the funeral you want and your family are spared the emotional and financial burden of organising everything when they can least cope.
Here is some essential information for Expatriates
Please don’t ignore it!

Fact 1) Arranging a funeral for your nearest and dearest after they have gone can be really difficult in Spain.
Fact 2) Would you know who to call when the inevitable occurs? Difficulties with the language barrier along with the different rules and regulations applying to funerals and probate can make it extremely difficult for your family to sort out.
Fact 3) Most expats are shocked and bewildered by the speed of the funeral process in Spain.
Fact 4) In Spain, a typical funeral can cost €4500 and has to be paid BEFORE the funeral takes place.

Golden Leaves International is now very pleased to be helping the thousands of expats throughout Spain with their new 5 year interest free payment terms. The plans are inflation – proof, protecting your executors and loved ones from the rising annual costs of funerals. There really are no hidden costs, just one easy to understand price!
We recommend you speak to Simon Nathaniel on 0034 696 981 082 who will call you to arrange a convenient time to come and see you and remember a Golden Leaves funeral plan covers you for life anywhere in Spain, Balearics, Canaries as well as the UK, guaranteeing you of no future costs.

Simon Nathaniel
Golden Leaves International Service Manager
Avenida De La Pla 123 - 125
Edificio Caribe, Locale 1
Tel: 966 493 082 (Office Hours)
Mob: 696 981 082 (Out of Hours)
Email: simon.nathaniel@goldenleaves.com

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