Funeral Directors Blogs
Executor of a Will
An executor is a person appointed by the person who has passed away to oversee the managing of their estate. In most cases, a close family member or friend takes this role. The intended executor of a will is usually revealed before the writing of a will. Read More..
The Coroners Role
Find out more about the role of the coroner and when they are needed, Last updated: 6 June 2017 When a loved one dies unexpectedly, a coroner may be called to investigate the death. Read More..
Repatriation overseas for a funeral
Although you can ask any funeral director to assist you with these arrangements, some firms specialise in repatriation and have extensive experience of working with certain countries, airlines and are experienced with all the paperwork involved.
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Another possible source of financial support is if your loved one was receiving Veteran Affairs pension. In this scheme, Veterans Affairs will contribute to the cost of a simple funeral.
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A pallbearer is someone who helps carry a coffin or casket into the venue where the funeral is being held. Usually the pallbearers will carry the coffin from the hearse to where the service is being held. Read More..
Having a reputable funeral director
The greatest benefit of using a reputable funeral director is that they can unburden you of a lot of the stress associated with planning a funeral, allowing you more time to adjust to your loss and tend to your loved one’s estate.
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