Yes. We’ll be happy to organise this on your behalf, by including your request when we make out the death announcement form.
We will discuss all options for the funeral with you and provide you with a detailed estimate of the cost, based on your choices. Funeral costs fall into two areas: those charged by the funeral directors for the preparation of the deceased, the choice of coffin, transportation, and any other professional services. The other costs [...]
Our staff will advise in all cases but for guidance, Sunday burials are not allowed in Dublin, although there are occasional exceptions. Some cemeteries do allow burials on bank holiday weekends, whereas others do not, including on the Saturday of a bank holiday weekend. Most crematoriums and cemeteries are open on Saturdays.
We all always recommend embalming. As funeral directors, we believe that the presentation and care of your family member or deceased is one of our prime responsibilities. Embalming involves injecting a solution that helps to return a more natural appearance to the body and prevents deterioration or any spread of bacteria. Our expert embalming team [...]
Yes. Viewing can be extended for an agreed period once all the necessary preparations, including embalming, have been carried out.
Yes. If you wish to have a humanist or other type of non-religious service, we can discuss your options and arrange the service for you.
The person charged with administering the deceased’s will – the executor – has the legal authority to make all funeral arrangements, however this responsibility can be passed on to the next of kin, other family member or friend, by mutual consent. The person who signs the appropriate authorisation for the funeral service is the only [...]
In the case of a traditional church service, you’ll have to decide whether the removal to the church takes place the day before the service and burial is the following day, or if you want removal to the church and burial to take place on the same day. Our staff will be pleased to discuss [...]
Contact information for Registrars of Births, Marriages and Deaths throughout Ireland is available on the HSE's website and from your Local Health Office. You can apply online for a copy of a certificate. Application for late registration only should be made to: General Register Office Government Offices Convent Road Roscommon Ireland Tel:+353 90 663 2900 [...]
Registering the death To register a death, you must bring a Death Notification Form stating the cause of death to any Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths. The staff of the hospital (if the death occurred in a hospital) or of your local health centre, will be able to tell you where you can register [...]