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Orange County, FL
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Direct Cremation

If you are in immediate need of planning an affordable, low cost cremation in Orange County, FL please accept our sincerest condolences. We are standing by to respond to your call & expedite transport of your loved one. At Cremation-With-Care we honor the dignity of those entrusted to our care and respect the wishes of every family we serve.

Simply affordable cremation is all we do in Orange County, FL and we've made it easy for you to arrange a low cost direct cremation right from the comfort, convenience & safety of your home.

Once the death is reported a Cremation-With-Care Adviser will schedule a phone call to provide guidance, direction & assistance in completing the cremation arrangements.

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Direct Cremation includes:

  • Transporation of your loved one from the place of death into our care.
  • Sheltering of deceased in climate controlled refrigeration (required by law).
  • Filing of all necessary documents & permits.
  • Placement of deceased into an "alternative container" (required by law).
  • The cremation process.
  • Placement of cremated remains in a temporary container, or you may choose to purchase a worthy cremation vessel(s), such as an urn, family keeepsakes, and/or cremation jewelry.
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When a Death Occurs at Home: Under Hospice Care

When a loved one passes away at home in Orange County, Florida under the care of Hospice please notify Hospice first. Instruct the Hospice Caregiver to call Cremation-With-Care so we may dispatch a vehicle and personnel to the home in order to bring the deceased into our care. While you wait for the hospice nurse, you may invite family or friends to the home for a final goodbye. This time is yours so take as much time as you need.

When a Death Occurs at Home: NOT Under Hospice Care

If a loved one passes away at home and is not under the care of Hospice please call 911 to notify them of the death. When the emergency medical staff arrives they will determine the best course of action. If the deceased was under a physician's care they may release your loved one directly to us. If so, please instruct the EMT to call Cremation-With-Care. Otherwise it may be determined to refer the death to the Medical Examiner. If that's the case then it is important to inform the Medical Examiner to release your loved one to Cremation-With-Care at the appropriate time.