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UK: +44 (078) 1134 8955
info@paulmohanmemorials.com

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Roslea,
Co. Fermanagh, BT927BS
Northern Ireland

Choosing Mohan Memorials professional funeral director will help ease the burden and stress of arranging a funeral. We spend time getting to know you, your loved one's life, and will help you create the most fitting tribute for the person who has passed away.

Our are honoured to serve the local communities with our expertise and uncompromising compassion. We promise to provide unequalled support, reassurance, and attention to detail when arranging a funeral for your loved one.

This step by guide will help you understand some of the key things to consider when arranging a funeral. 

1. First steps when arranging a funeral

Before Mohan Memorials can start to make funeral arrangements, we will need the certificate of registration of death and the green certificate for burial or cremation. These will be given to you by the registrar when you register the death.

We can arrange to take the person who has died into our care and start to plan a funeral, the funeral cannot take place without these forms. Call Paul Mohan if you need help you through these steps.  UK: +44 (078) 1134 8955

 2. What type of funeral do you want to arrange?

The person who has passed away may have left instructions about the type of funeral they wanted. If they didn't make their wishes known, you will need to decide what type of service you would like to arrange for your loved one. Whether you choose a cremation or burial, a green funeral or a traditional one, we'll be able to make the funeral arrangements on your behalf.

We can cater for any type of funeral service; from traditional religious services to personalised celebrations of life, Mohan memorials will use their extensive experience to help you arrange a funeral which reflects the life of your loved one and commemorates them in a special and unique way.

3. How long does it take to arrange a funeral?

A funeral is typically held around 3 to 5 days after the death. However, the length of time taken to arrange a funeral may depend on a number of factors, religious beliefs, family circumstances and even the type of funeral you decide to organise. 

The process of arranging a funeral may take longer if you need to repatriate your loved one to or from another country. 

6. Make the funeral arrangements and plan a fitting service

A funeral is a personal event and people often have different requirements. There are a number of details that you will need to take care of, from arranging funeral transport, to choosing songs to be played during the service.

We will do everything we can to make sure the process of arranging a funeral for your loved one is as straightforward as possible, helping to plan a fitting farewell for the person who has passed away.

Every person’s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how they lived and how they died that distinguish one person from another.