Arranging a Funeral
It can be hard to remember everything that you need to ask at a time when you are coping with the loss of a loved one and you may be upset and confused, so here are some frequently asked questions about when it comes to arranging a funeral.
Below are a some regularly asked questions and a few steps to support and guide you through the key things you'll need to do after a death.
Alternatively, you can contact us straight away and we'll advise you on what to do next, whichever is best for you. Our team is here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you are affected by Coronavirus or you are self-isolating, we at Asian Funeral Home have policies and procedures in place that allows us arrange a funeral with you. Please call us prior to coming into a branch so that we can give you the correct guidance.
i.e. we can arrange over the phone, video call, and even email you all the key documents and forms.
The total cost of a funeral will always depend on the various options you choose, for example, the type of coffin and funeral vehicles, or if you require ceremonial puja kits, flowers, stationery etc... Any third party charges that are beyond our control this may also vary by site/location.
Once you have made your funeral choices, we will provide you with a detailed written estimate of the costs. A fully itemised invoice will normally be provided to you on the day of the funeral taking place.
The answer is “No”, whilst religious ceremonies remain quite popular, you can also opt for a funeral service with little or no religious content. The non-religious funeral ceremony tends to focus on celebrating a loved one’s life, personality and achievements as an unorthodox way to say goodbye.
Any Questions please speak to a member of our team.
Spending time with your loved one in our chapel of rest is still possible, but there are a number of changes and restrictions in place.
Our team is doing its best to support our clients and families with these services.
whats the maxium number of people that can attened?
It is advised only a limited number of family and friends of the deceased should travel to attend the funeral. The number of attendees should be kept as low as possible to ensure social distancing can be maintained.
Venues will determine the maximum number of attendees that they can safely accommodate whilst also maintaining social distancing.
It is advised that the number of attendees should be restricted to 30 people for public health reasons.
Speak to a member of our team and they will be able to provide you with the most up to date guidance on your preferred service location during any arrangements.