Southern California Services

Best Cremation Care is proud to serve families across Southern California, including Los Angeles. Since cremation is all we do, our Arrangement Specialist are experts in guiding families – from initial call through after-care counseling.

Riverside County Cremations – $599

Best Cremation Care Services include: Pick up of your loved one from within the metropolitan area Refrigeration prior to cremation Timely cremation Filing of death certificate Cremation container Temporary plastic urn (See our decorative urns) Online obituary Additional: Disposition fee – $12 per location where remains are shipped, stored or scattered Death certificates – $21 …

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Los Angeles Cremation – $599

Best Cremation offers Los Angeles cremation services at prices families can afford. Call 213-550-0505 to start arrangements or complete our Online Arrangement Form. Los Angeles cremation includes:* Pick up of your loved one from within the metropolitan area Refrigeration prior to cremation Timely cremation Filing of death certificate Cremation container Temporary plastic urn (See our …

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Ventura Cremation – $

Best Cremation offers Ventura cremation services at prices families can afford. Call 213-550-0505 to start arrangements or complete our Online Arrangement Form. Ventura cremation includes:* Pick up of your loved one from within the metropolitan area Refrigeration prior to cremation Timely cremation Filing of death certificate Cremation container Temporary plastic urn (See our decorative urns) …

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Memorialization Options

Memorializing your loved one can be as simple or extravagant as you choose.

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California Requirements

Best Cremation Care is committed to adhering to the Federal Funeral Rule which protects consumers making cremation or funeral arrangements or purchasing related products. In addition, we follow state-level regulations for California.

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Forms & Releases

Best Cremation Care provides many of the forms and releases needed for cremation and required by facilities, coroners, and medical examiners for convenience.

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