If you would like any information on the services we provide or require advice on any aspect of arranging a funeral, please contact us at any time by phone or email.
Frequently Asked Questions
Make contact with your funeral director. They will ask some questions which will allow them to advise you of the appropriate steps to be taken.
Many people feel it takes a lot off their mind to discuss any questions they may have with the funeral director prior to an imminent death. The funeral director can advise them of anything they need to consider and this can give considerable peace of mind to family and friends.
The requirements of each family vary greatly so it’s important to take time to discuss the options available with your funeral director making sure that they are aware of any particular requests you may have. They can then tailor the funeral to your needs and agree everything with you before any arrangements are finalised.
Yes. There are a number of options available including non-religious services. These can be discussed with the funeral directors when planning the funeral arrangements.
Yes you can. Many people are now making their own funeral arrangements to ensure that the funeral arrangements are as they would wish. It also takes the worry of family members who may not be sure of what arrangements to make at the time of the funeral.
If you are a member of a credit union you may be entitled to the bereavement cover.
- You may be eligible to receive an Exceptional Needs Payment from the Department of Social Protection.
- If you are widowed with dependent children you may also be eligible for the Widowed Parent Grant.
Our staff will be able to direct you to the appropriate offices when wishing to apply for a grant.