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Useful Information

In this section you will find some useful information on before and after death. Should you require any further information or support, we will be only too happy to assist you.

Before A Death
Making A Will
The practical steps involved in making a Will and what happens when someone dies without having made a Will.
Power of Attorney
Power of Attorney is a legal device in Ireland that can be set up by a person (the Donor) during his/her life to allow another specially appointed person (the Attorney) take action if the Donor is absent or becomes incapacitated.
Legal Arrangments of Incapacity
The various legal arrangements which a person can make for looking after his/her affairs if he/she is unable to do so, for whatever reason.
Advanced Care Directives
An advance care directive in Ireland is a statement about the type and extent of medical or surgical treatment you want in the future, on the assumption that you will not be able to make that decision at the relevant time.
After A Death
Registering a Death in Ireland
Information on standards in the Irish funeral industry, types of funeral and useful contacts.
Burial grounds (cemeteries) in Ireland are governed and maintained by local authorities. Maintenance, management and how to purchase a burial plot.
Cremation is an alternative to burial, when someone dies. In recent years cremation has become increasingly popular in Ireland. Find out more.
Bringing a body to Ireland for Burial or Cremation
When someone dies abroad it is often difficult to know what to do. Find out here the steps to take to bring a body home for burial or cremation
Sending a body from Ireland for Burial or Cremation abroad
Before the body of a deceased person can be sent out of Ireland, certain formalities must be followed. Find out more.