Registering a death
Some essential guidance during this most difficult of times.
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Asian funeral plan allows people to both pre-plan and pre-pay their funerals. Losing a family member is an emotional experience but we want you to feel confident and comfortable planning a funeral for yourself or your loved one. We are a professional team of funeral directors and we are here for you when you need us.
Registering a Death
You must register the death within five days by contacting the Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths. If a coroner is involved, you will not be able to register the death until they have given the authority for you to do so.
The registrar will require the medical certificate of the cause of death, as well as the deceased’s birth certificate, medical card, and marriage certificate if applicable. Other details such as full name, date of birth and occupation will also be requested.
The registrar will issue a green certificate for burial or cremation, which you should provide us with when contacting us regarding the funeral. A coroner may also provide the certificate for cremation/burial, if they have become involved.
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