Help and Advice

No one wants to have to arrange a funeral at what is already a difficult time. If you do, having an understanding of what is involved and how to deal with problems will help.

What to do when someone dies

From registering a death to understanding what documents and certificates are required.

Arranging a funeral

Read about how funerals are arranged and what services you can expect to get.

Cost of a funeral

A typical funeral will compromise of professional fees, third party fees and optional costs.

Bereavement Support

It can be a confusing time following a death and difficult to know what you need to do first.

Tributes and donations

As part of our service, we offer online donations, tributes and a funeral notice page.

Planning ahead

Start with the essentials, to which you can add options that make a truly unique occasion.

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FAQs

Working out what to do first when someone dies can seem overwhelming. Our guides on Registering a DeathPicking a Funeral Director and Documents and Certificates breaks down what you need to do as soon as possible, as well as in the weeks and months after someone dies.

The cost of a Funeral costs will depend on the kind of funeral you want for your loved one and, to a lesser extent, where you live. The different costs are explain here.

There are a number of different types of funerals available. Which type of funeral service is right for your loved one? We have more information here.

The information here is a very brief introduction to a complex subject. If you are not sure if Probate will be necessary, call our free helpline on 0808 164 2239.

When someone passes away in the UK, the process of repatriating someone to another country can be a complicated task for anyone to deal with. We have more information here.

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