At time of death

The moment you find out someone dear to you has passed away is met with both emotions and a physical reaction. Feelings of being overwhelmed with grief can often make knowing what the next steps are confusing at best. Navigating the legal requirements can be difficult. At Funeral Planner we want to guide you through the next steps.

The information in the articles below will help give you clarity in the moments following death.

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Cause of Death certificate

Cause of Death certificate

Cause of Death Certificate is a legal document that is used to record a person’s date and place of death.

What is a death certificate?

What is a death certificate?

This certificate is essential for managing the legal and financial matters after death. Learn more about what a death certificate is.

Repatriation

Repatriation

Each year over 1,000 Australians die overseas. Not to mention the number who die in Australia and live abroad. Navigating the process can be touch, but we are here to help.

The role of a funeral director

The role of a funeral director

Most of us have very little experience when it comes to organising funerals. Learn what role a funeral director plays.

What happens following a death?

What happens following a death?

When a loved one passes, you will need some helpful advice to understand all your options and on what to do next.

Who to notify after a death

Who to notify after a death

Dealing with the passing of someone close to you can be difficult enough, but what if you also have the responsibility of managing their affairs?

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