When someone dies...


Dying at home

When someone dies at home you should firstly call their Doctor (GP) who will attend and issue a medical certificate for the cause of death.

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Death in professional care

The hospital bereavement will offer you emotional support & practical advice about what to do next.

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Once a medical certificate of death has been completed, you should register the person's death, usually at the Registry Office closest to the place of death. The registration should be done by a relative or the executor of the will. Please be aware that many Registry Offices require you to make an appointment.


Once you have registered the death, we can handle all the arrangements for you or help guide and advise you. You can also follow the Government's step by step guide of what to after someone dies.

Sudden or unexpected death

When someone has died unexpectedly or the doctor is not certain of the cause of death, the case will often be refered to the Coroner's Office.

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Dying abroad - Repatriation to and from the UK

As your UK funeral director we will work with you, the oversees funeral director and British Consulate oe Embassy to receive the deceased to the UK.

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