At T. Allen Funeral Service, our aim is to ensure that everyone is able to organise a funeral that suits the requirements of each individual person, whether that be friends, family or loved ones.
In order to do this, we are devoted to ensuring that families are offered an extensive array of arrangement services, allowing them to create a truly personalised service – fitting of a treasured person. As a family-run, independent funeral directors based throughout Medway, we pride ourselves on our reputation, and are committed to offering arrangements and advice in a professional and supportive manner.
In this section of our website, you can find out more about our funeral arrangement services. This includes funeral registration, including how to register a death, as well as arrangements and certifications. Please click on the sections below for further information.
Our funeral services and offerings are customisable, meaning that we are able to offer fully bespoke arrangements that celebrate the individual. If you are not able to find the information you require, or want to discuss specific requirements that you cannot find on our website, then please contact a member of our friendly team today, who will be happy to discuss your needs.
Arrangements & Certificates
All funeral arrangements are carried out with confidentiality and all families leave our premises with written estimates as requested by The Office of Fair Trading.
Death certificates are charged for and it is worth getting extra copies for banks, insurance, etc. You will also be given a form for the Department of Social Security to alter/stop any pensions or benefits. The service will be provided by T. Allen Funeral Service.
Registration must take place within 5 working days, and families are given a Disposal certificate that must be given to the funeral director. This certificate is not given to the family if the coroner is involved.
When a bereavement occurs, most people do not know what they have to do. At T. Allen Funeral Service, we will inform you about registering the death, which must be done by the next of kin, executor or someone who was present when the death took place.