You Are Not Alone
Many people find the immediate thought of arranging a funeral to be quite daunting and that is where we step in. Our aim is to make the process as easy and simple as we can for you during this difficult time.
We have included some points below regarding what to do when a loved one has passed, registering a death and the disbursements due to the local councils.
What to do
When someone passes away you contact their GP as soon as you can and then contact us. We will attend and once the GP has certified the death we will take your loved one into our care.
If your loved one has passed away in a care home, hospital or medical facility give us a call and we will arrange to pick up your loved one with the facility.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to call and we will answer any of your queries.
Registering a Death
The death must be registered by the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
Those who can register a death are;
Those who were present at the death
A family member
The person's executor or legal representative
The occupier of the property the person passed away in
Anyone with the information needed to register it
The documents needed to register the death are;
The death certificate
Their birth certificate
A Government pension certificate
Their medical card
If you do not have these documents don't worry, the registrar can still register the death. If you have any questions, contact our office.
"You took all the responsibility from our shoulders and your kindness helpfulness and expertise before and on the day of the funeral. Thank you very much for your excellent services"