Frequently asked questions

In our opinion there is no such thing as a normal funeral

Each and every funeral is individual to the family concerned. It is up to that family to pay their last respects and say their farewell in the manner that is most suitable for them.

The following information is created to help answer questions we are often asked about the funeral and services associated with it:

When a funeral is a cremation, two doctors must attend and certify death. The first doctor must be the doctor who attended the deceased during their last illness. The duty of the second doctor is essentially one of confirmation. This doctor must not be related to the first doctor either through family or practice. For this service, each doctor makes a separate charge, which we, the Funeral Directors usually pay on behalf of the deceased’s family.

If you have any further questions please contact us.