What to do in the event of death?Marie-Soleil2023-08-15T14:25:07-04:00
If the person dies at home, you must first contact the family doctor to have him come and confirm the death. Then, contact us so that we can come to seek the body, once the doctor will have signed the death Bulletin.
If the death occurs in a hospital, contact us as soon as possible so that we can take the necessary steps for the transfer of the deceased person to our funeral home.
During this call, an appointment is fixed for the planning of the funeral.
During this meeting, we will guide you in the choice of rituals to honour the memory of the loved one and we plan with you the following details:
The place, date and time of visits, funeral and burial
The church, the chapel, the celebrant
The writing and publication of a death notice in the newspapers and on the internet sites
The choice of the casket, the urn, the reliquaries and/or funeral jewelry if need be
The choice of flowers, bookmarks, gratitude cards
The reception room, the caterer
Space rental at the columbarium
The purchase of a monument, the engraving on the monument
On the legal plan, we facilitate you the task by completing the forms in order to:
Register the death and request the death certificate to the civil status
Apply for benefits and/or annuities
Cancel the annuities of Quebec and the Federal Government, the driving license, the health and social insurance cards and a Firearms License
Make sure you have in your possession the following information concerning the deceased person, at the time of the planning meeting with the advisor:
Card or Social Insurance Number
Card or health insurance number
Date and Place of Birth / Marriage
Names of parents (maiden name for the mother)
Social insurance number of the signatory to the funeral arrangements
If she was married / widowed / separated or divorced, the following are required: social insurance number, date and place of birth, date of death / separation or divorce, if applicable, as well as the names of the parents for the spouse (s).
During an exhibition:
Clothing (long sleeves), underwear, shoes and dentures
Jewels, glasses, Rosary and other personal objects
We invite you to consult the PDF version of the Guide What to do in the event of a death. The latter presents you with an overview of the steps to be done with the government departments and agencies during a death.
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