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When someone close to you passes away, it is very emotionally draining and not always easy to think clearly. Remember you do not have to rush into your funeral arrangements. The following will help you prepare for the Funeral:  1.Contact family and friend, your minister of religion or someone you feel will offer you support   2.Share your grief.Talk about the person who has died. You don't have to be strong for everyone else.   3.At a time convenient to you call your local Funeral Director to set a time for an appointment.   4.The Funeral Arranger will ask you for information required for the registration of the death. The arranger will then discuss the type of funeral you would like. You will be asked the following questions about the deceased  1.Full name, address, occupation and religion  2.Date and place of birth  3.Years of residence in Australian States  4.Fathers full name and occupation  5.Mothers full name, maiden surname and occupation  6.Place, date, and full name of spouse for ALL marriages 7.Full name and ages of ALL children (living and deceased)   The arrangers will book a time and day for the funeral that is suitable for you. Please remember you do NOT have to rush into your arrangements. Grief will not disappear once the funeral is over. The funeral is a very important part of your grieving, it is better to plan it well and make sure the arrangements meet you and your family's needs. Resources: Personal Profile Booklet download the booklet in pdf to fill in the information needed to register the death and any preferences
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Type of Service Would you prefer Burial or Cremation? Would you like a service in a church or at the graveside? Would you like a religious or non religious service? Remember! You do NOT have to rush into your funeral arrangements. It is better to take your time and plan well.