When a person dies a medical certificate of death needs to be issued by a doctor.
If the death is unfathomable or occurs suddenly on public property, then the body must be sent to the coroner for the issue of a death certificate. The next thing to do is contact our support team to guide you through the process of planning a funeral.
Our funeral consultants are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to attend to all your needs.
ProvidingSupport & Comfort
Each funeral is as unique as the life it celebrates. When we lose a loved one, we need people around us to listen, understand and care. At Paul Lahood Funerals these things come naturally. You will have the support of a professional director to ease the emotional and overwhelming responsibility of arranging a funeral.
Your call for assistance will be answered personally at all times to guide and support you through your time of need.
Planning a Funeral
The process begins by meeting with our Funeral Consultant at a time and location convenient for you.
It is our priority to take the burden off you while providing your family with a meaningful funeral experience tailored at your needs.
- Style of service
i.e. Religious, Traditional or Contemporary
- Time & Location
- Clergy / Celebrant
- Burial / Cremation / Crypt
(sending your loved one overseas)
- Coffin / Casket / Urn
- Floral Arrangements
- Audio & Visual Presentations
- Involvement of Cars
- Obituary / Funeral Notice