At the funeral arrangement we will organise all aspects of the service, obtain information to register the death with the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages and complete documents to allow burial or cremation. A funeral is often held within a week of death but can be delayed as long as required.
The person making the arrangements will discuss details such as:
These are only some of the details which need to be discussed during a funeral arrangement. Primarily it is important that the funeral service reflects the life of the person that has died and meets the needs of the family to assist in the grieving process.
A funeral should reflect the life of a person. There are various things we can include in a funeral to help portray the life of a loved one. Some things to consider are:
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