Legal Advice

After a death, there are many legal details to hammer out.  While it is not necessary to get a lawyer, it is strongly recommended.  A lawyer will make sure all the ‘t’s are crossed and i’s are dotted”.  The time following a death of a loved one is extremely emotional, and even the closest family will have disagreements over the most trivial matters.  To make sure there is still peace in the family, it is a good idea to let a lawyer figure things out. 

Before getting in touch with a lawyer there are several important documents that you need to gather.  Those include:

  • Wills
  • Deeds
  • Bank Statements
  • Insurance Policies
  • Vehicle and Boat titles
  • Tax Documents

Local Resources





We have provided a list of local businesses that are related to our business.

These businesses are supported by Martin Funeral Home.






Common Questions about Funerals





Everyone always has a lot of questions when it comes to death and their mortality.

We have created a directory of questions and answers for you to review.

Feel free to bookmark or print off our Frequently Asked Questions page.

If you feel that you have questions left unanswered then please Ask our Funeral Director a question anytime.

Grief Support





  • Have you recently experienced the loss of a loved one?
  • Are you feeling alone and wondering what you should do?
  • Do you find yourself asking, is this normal?

We understand that you may feel alone when dealing with Grief, and we want to provide you a library of information to help you at your time of need.

Also your not alone to deal with your loss. Contact us anytime.