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Advice

Following death the first things that are normally decided are whether the person is to be buried or cremated, as different paperwork for each has to be completed, and your choice of funeral director.

All aspects of the funeral arrangements will be carefully explained to you at each stage of the process. All our funeral directors have many years of experience in this industry and all hold the diploma in funeral directing and have helped families arrange many different types of funeral.

 

Please use the link above to download our information booklet which will give you advice on all the following:

• What to do when death occurs

• Registration of death and Registrars contact details

• Coroner’s procedures

• Funeral costs

• Help with the cost of a funeral

• What needs to be done after the funeral

The options and ideas that people have for a funeral constantly change and we aim to make each funeral as individual and personal to the wishes of both the deceased and their loved ones. One aspect that has changed dramatically is the choice of coffin and your funeral director will discuss the different options with you and guide you also on the varied costs.

You may find some of the links below also helpful


Bereavement support

www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk


Our charity of the year

www.juliashouse.org


Probate

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/inheritancetax/intro/probate-process.htm

 











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