Missouri funeral homes will get their first glimpse of their State Board’s proposal for self reporting for preneed sales.  Under the prior law, preneed sellers merely reported the number of contracts sold and their aggregate sales price. 

For Missouri regulators to properly assess whether ‘old’ Chapter 436 trusts and joint accounts are properly funded, the

In response to a proposal that preneed trustees be required to provide periodic account statements to contract purchasers, a funeral director asked what liability he would have to consumers who question the trust’s performance during a year such as 2008.   Legally speaking: none. But ultimately, death care companies should be accountable to their families for the decisions