Help and advice to provide guidance and reassurance at a difficult time

When someone dies there are many arrangements and decisions to be made at a time of personal distress.

Chris or Kate Lock will visit you at home and talk you through everything that needs to be done. They are experienced in local administrative formalities and will guide you through and help you with everything, including registering the death, placing announcements in local papers, arranging burial or cremation and other matters.

There are many helpful websites, which can offer professional guidance on what to do when someone dies.

There is a section of the Direct Gov website which has a very helpful checklists of things to do when someone dies, including information about proving wills and administering estates –

There is also the website of the National Association of Funeral Directors is an excellent source of general information about funerals.

We offer a 24-hour service, if you have any queries please get in touch and we will be more than happy to help.