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Cremation Services your family can count on. Halo offers simple direct cremation services that you can arrange online, over the phone, or in person without visiting a funeral home.

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Why Halo?

The Halo Package

Direct cremation takes place in the days immediately following the death, with no funeral service beforehand.

Our simple direct cremation package includes everything needed:

  • Services of a licensed funeral director
  • Retrieval and care of your loved one
  • Filing of all necessary paperwork
  • A private cremation
  • Remains returned in a temporary container

The Halo 4-step Process


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Step 1

You Complete Arrangements

You can complete online or call our team to walk you through the details.

Step 2

We retrieve

We bring your loved one into our care from the place of passing.

Step 3

We File paperwork

We file the information needed for death certificate.

Step 4

We schedule return

Once cremation is complete, The return of your loved ones remains based on the selections you have made.

Planning ahead with Halo

We know that losing a loved one can be difficult. By planning ahead, you'll make it easier on your family.

Benefits of preplanning:

  • Plan to your personal preferences
  • Lock in today’s pricing and beat rising costs
  • Make process easier for family and ease burden
  • Have peace of mind knowing decisions have been made

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What Our Families are Saying...

Testimonials

  • Everyone we encountered was personable, compassionate, and professional. I interacted mostly with Brien and he was excellent.
  • I am very pleased with Halo Cremations. I have recommended Halo Cremations to three of my relatives in Vincennes, and a couple of friends in the Indianapolis area. Halo is very professional, respectful, practical, easy to contact, and quick to respond. Pricing is very reasonable.
  • You all did great and I'm very happy!!
  • Your staff made everything very easy being located out of state.
  • The decision to cremate was a difficult one for our family. Halo treated us with respect and understanding. When picking up my Dad's remains, the man that assisted us was patient answering all our questions. We have the utmost appreciation for Halo. If the decision to cremate ever arises for our family we won't hesitate to use Halo. Thank you for your caring services.
  • They were very professional and respectful in our time of need.
  • The staff was very respectful. I had no idea what I was doing and they took me through it step by step every time I called, and I called a lot. They never sounded like they were aggravated or short with me at all. Definitely will recommend! Thanks, Halo. You made a very rough time a little easier to get through.
  • William Payne
    Everyone I spoke to was caring, patient, knowledgeable, and helpful.
    William Payne
  • Laurie G
    I spoke with Kendra and she was so kind and caring as she explained the services they provide. We had a complicated situation with the next of kin in 3 other states. Kendra explained what we needed to do to reach the desired arrangements we wanted. She was so patient and( i called her many times) so was reassuring that everything was on track.
    Laurie G
  • Jennifer J
    Our family thanks you from the bottom of our hearts as in our time of need you were so kind.
    Jennifer J
  • Kevin C
    High quality people with superior service, someone you can lean on for your needs in a time of sorrow.
    Kevin C

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Are you the legal next of kin authorized to make arrangements?





Indiana law determines who can make decisions about funerals and body disposition -- that is, burial or cremation -- after someone dies. This right and responsibility goes to the following people, in order:

  • A person you name in a “funeral planning declaration” made before your death
  • Your agent under a health care power of attorney
  • Your surviving spouse
  • Your adult child (If more than one, majority have to sign authorization)
  • Your surviving parent (If both living, both have to sign)
  • Your next of kin. (If more than one in any category, majority must sign)
(Indiana Code § 29-2-19-17.)

Who Has the Right to Make Funeral Arrangements in Kentucky?

Kentucky law determines who can make decisions about the disposition of your body by cremation. This right and responsibility goes to the following people, in order:

  • A representative (called your "designee") that you name in a declaration form made before your death
  • Your surviving spouse
  • Your adult children
  • Your parents
  • Your grandchildren
  • Your siblings
  • Your next of kin, or
  • Any other person willing to act for you who has a valid prepaid funeral plan setting out your arrangements, after attempting to contact anyone on the list above.
(Kentucky Revised Statutes § 367.93117.)

DISCLOSURE AT END And BEFORE SIGNATURE

By signing below, you are authorizing that you are the authorizing agent:

(i) have the right to authorize the cremation of the decedent;
(ii) are not aware of any person who has a superior priority right to that of the authorizing agent; or
(iii) if you are aware that there is another person who has a superior priority right to that of the authorizing agent, you are stating that you have made all reasonable efforts to contact the person, has been unable to contact the person, and has no reason to believe that the person would object to the cremation of the decedent.

(H) The manner in which final disposition of the cremated remains is to take place, if known. If the cremation authorization form does not specify final disposition in a grave, niche, or scattering area, the form may indicate that the cremated remains will be held by the crematory authority for not longer than thirty (30) days from the date of cremation before the remains are released.

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Next of Kin (Indiana)

Who is authorized to make these arrangements?

Indiana law determines who can make decisions about funerals and body disposition -- that is, burial or cremation -- after someone dies. This right and responsibility goes to the following people, in order:

  • a person you name in a “funeral planning declaration” made before your death
  • your agent under a health care power of attorney
  • your surviving spouse
  • your adult child (if more than one, majority have to sign authorization)
  • your surviving parent (if both living, both have to sign)
  • your next of kin. (if more than one in any category, majority must sign)

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Next of Kin (Kentucky)

Who is authorized to make these arrangements?

Kentucky law determines who can make decisions about the disposition of your body by cremation. This right and responsibility goes to the following people, in order:

  • a representative (called your "designee") that you name in a declaration form made before your death
  • your surviving spouse
  • your adult children
  • your parents
  • your grandchildren
  • your siblings
  • your next of kin, or
  • any other person willing to act for you who has a valid prepaid funeral plan setting out yourarrangements, after attempting to contact anyone on the list above.

If you know you are the next of kin, please proceed to next step.

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Forms

The following forms must be completed by the deceased's next of kin.

Once you click on a form you will be taken to a new window to complete the DocuSign. Once the document is completed and signed, you have the option to download it for your records. Then, go back to the Halo Cremations tab in your browser and click on the next document.

Repeat the same steps from the first DocuSign. Then, go back to the "Forms" page and go to the next step.

If you have any questions about these forms while completing them, please call us at
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Indiana Vital Statistics Form

Indiana Cremation Authorization Form

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Forms

The following forms must be completed by the deceased's next of kin.

Once you click on a form you will be taken to a new window to complete the DocuSign. Once the document is completed and signed, you have the option to download it for your records. Then, go back to the Halo Cremations tab in your browser and click on the next document.

Repeat the same steps from the first DocuSign. Then, go back to the "Forms" page and go to the next step.

If you have any questions about these forms while completing them, please call us at
83-DIALHALO

Kentucky Vital Statistics Form

Kentucky Cremation Authorization Form

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Did the deceased name someone in a "funeral planning declaration" before death?"

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Did the deceased name an agent under a health care power of attorney?

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Does the deceased have a surviving spouse?

The surviving spouse of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Does the deceased have any adult children (over 18 years old)?

The surviving adult child of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If there are multiple surviving adult children, one child fills out the Vital Statistics Form and a Cremation Authorization Form, while the rest of the children (enough to make up a majority) only fill out a Cremation Authorization Form.
If there are multiple children, a majority of them must sign a Cremation Authorization Form before the cremation process can begin. Direct all children of the deceased (enough to make up a majority) to the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website to complete the Cremation Authorization.
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Does the deceased have a surviving parent?

The surviving parent of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If two surviving parents, both need to fill out a Cremation Authorization Form, and one parent must fill out Vital Statistics Form. The parent not completing the process online can access the Cremation Authorization Form in the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website.
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Does the deceased have a surviving sibling?

The surviving sibling of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If there are multiple surviving siblings, one sibling fills out the Vital Statistics Form and a Cremation Authorization Form, while the rest of the siblings (enough to make up a majority) only fill out a Cremation Authorization Form.
If there are multiple siblings, a majority of them must sign a Cremation Authorization Form before the cremation process can begin. Direct all siblings of the deceased (enough to make up a majority) to the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website to complete the Cremation Authorization.
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Does the deceased have any surviving blood relatives?

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin",and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Does the deceased have a designated representative to handle their final arrangements?

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin",and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Did the deceased name a representative ("designee") in a declaration form made before death?

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Does the deceased have a surviving spouse?

The surviving spouse of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Does the deceased have any adult children (over 18 years old)?

The surviving adult child of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If there are multiple surviving adult children, one child fills out the Vital Statistics Form and a Cremation Authorization Form, while the rest of the children (enough to make up a majority) only fill out a Cremation Authorization Form.
If there are multiple children, a majority of them must sign a Cremation Authorization From before the cremation process can begin. Direct all children of the deceased (enough to make up a majority) to the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website to complete the Cremation Authorization.
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Does the deceased have a surviving parent?

The surviving parent of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If two surviving parents, both need to fill out a Cremation Authorization Form, and one parent must fill out Vital Statistics Form. The parent not completing the process online can access the Cremation Authorization Form in the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website.
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Does the deceased have a surviving adult grandchild (over 18 years old)?

The surviving adult grandchild of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If there are multiple surviving adult grandchildren, one grandchild fills out the Vital Statistics Form and a Cremation Authorization Form, while the rest of the grandchildren (enough to make up a majority) only fill out a Cremation Authorization Form.
If there are multiple adult grandchildren, a majority of them must sign a Cremation Authorization From before the cremation process can begin. Direct all adult grandchildren of the deceased (enough to make up a majority) to the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website to complete the Cremation Authorization.
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Does the deceased have a surviving sibling?

The surviving sibling of the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form. If there are multiple surviving siblings, one sibling fills out the Vital Statistics Form and a Cremation Authorization Form, while the rest of the siblings (enough to make up a majority) only fill out a Cremation Authorization Form.
If there are multiple siblings, a majority of them must sign a Cremation Authorization From before the cremation process can begin. Direct all siblings of the deceased (enough to make up a majority) to the "Forms" section at the bottom of our website to complete the Cremation Authorization.
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Does the deceased have any surviving blood relatives?

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Does the deceased have a designated representative to handle their final arrangements?

The person named in the "funeral planning declaration" made by the deceased is "next of kin", and is therefore authorized to make arrangements by completing the Vital Statistics Form and Cremation Authorization Form.
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Next of Kin (Kentucky)

Please call us at 812-657-7250 to discuss the circumstances of the deceased. We will gladly help you figure out who is authorized to make end-of-life arrangements.
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