Harrell Funeral Home

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More than a Funeral Home, We are Family.

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Your Loved One Never Leaves Our Care.

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Welcome to Harrell Funeral Home

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We consider our grounds to be a beautiful place to celebrate life. Whether you’re attending a service, visiting a memorial or finding peace in nature, we welcome you.

Whether you want to honor life or take in nature, find everything you need.

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Planning Matters

Whether you’re acting in the moment or planning ahead, we’re here to guide you.

Pre-planning lets your loved ones focus on honoring life instead of hashing out details. Learn the choices you can make now, so a future funeral becomes more of a celebration than a burden.

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Send a little comfort their way

Send comfort. Show care. Wherever you are, any time at all.

Where Love Lives On

Join us for Dinner and DiscussionTuesday, April 30, 6:00 p.m.Texican Café 11940 Manchaca Road Austin, TX 78748 RSVP: 512-443-1366Seating will be limited to the FIRST 25 people.

Join us for Dinner and Discussion
Tuesday, April 30, 6:00 p.m.

Texican Café
11940 Manchaca Road Austin, TX 78748 RSVP: 512-443-1366
Seating will be limited to the FIRST 25 people.

What happens to your property after you die? Will your family be able to access your email, photos, and other digital property? What is “probate,” and is it really necessary? Come enjoy dinner with us and receive answers to these questions and more!

Join Harrell Funeral Home and attorney Ken Pajak as we discuss estate property, the probate process, and laws that control our digital assets. Learn about the planning you can do now to simplify estate administration and provide access to your digital assets, making it easier on your loved ones during a difficult time.

We work hard to build wealth and assets that provide security for our families after we die. But do we really know what our “estate” is and how it passes to our loved ones? We live in an increasingly digitized society, and many of us have hundreds of “digital accounts” that contain important information and digital property, such as photos and account statements. What would happen if you died and your family could no longer access these accounts? Have you taken steps to preserve and allow access to your digital assets? A traditional Last Will & Testament naming an Executor to manage your estate assets is not enough. Failure to make proper plans now can result in a loss of physical and digital assets, consume time and income, and create additional burdens on the ones you love.

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  • AfterCare


    When the funeral is over, and everyone has gone home, we are still here for you. Learn how we can help you complete the necessary tasks that are associated with the loss of life.

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