Registration of Death
Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages
During a Funeral Arrangement, personal and family information is collected from the family by the funeral director. This information is legally required for the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages for the registration of the deceased. This information is also used along with medical records to apply for and receive a Full Death Certificate regarding your loved one.
It is very important that death records are accurate.
The information provided needs to be correct at the time of completing the form. If there are errors found after the registration has been submitted, the amendments can be both time consuming and stressful for family.
Please click on the box to the right to download a Registration of Death Form.
(Please print form and fill out details.)
Preferred Funeral Arrangements
Another good idea is to have a personal record of preferred Funeral Arrangements.
This information can be very helpful to your loved ones in the event of a death, especially if unexpected. This information will help clear the minds of your loved ones and help them have a much better idea of what sort of funeral you might like.
It will help with decision making and relieve a lot of stresses that come along with arranging a funeral.
This information includes your preferences of:
- Burial or Cremation
- Location of Burial / Cremation
- Preferred Minister or Civil Celebrant
- Type of flowers for your Coffin / Casket
and many other details.
Please click on the box to the right to download a Preferred Funeral Arrangements Form. (Print and fill out details.)