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When confronted with demise and mourning, many people feel overwhelmed by the practical consideration. We will help you through the main phases of the procedure, from death registration onwards.
In almost every case, the registration of death should be done before the funeral. Registering a death is usually a job allocated to a relative of the deceased person.
In case there’s no relative present, then this registration can be done by a friend, or any individual present at the death, or the owner of the place where the person died, or the individual who’s taking full responsibility of managing the funeral service. Sometimes, it’s important to get an appointment with the Registrar.
If you are looking for assistance then we can help you.

  • What Info The Registrar Should Know?

Here’s the information about the deceased person, which you should provide at the registrar’s office.

  • The full name of the deceased person
  • The date and location of their demise
  • The date and location of their birth
  • Their occupation
  • Their place of residence
  • Whether they received benefits of allowance or pension from public funds
  • If married, then date of birth of the living partner

The Registrar will ask you to provide these documents:

  • The Medical Certificate of the cause of death
  • The deceased’s Medical card (if accessible)
  • Birth Certificate and Marriage Certificate, if these are easily accessible

At Arrange My Funeral, we are always there for you and will offer the best advice for everything related to the funeral.