If you find yourself in the painful position of having to register a death in Bury and don't know where to begin, our solicitors are just at the end of the phone with practical advice when you need it most.
The death of a person should be registered in the district where they pass away. In this instance if it occurs within the Metropolitan Borough of Bury in Lancashire then registration takes place at the local Town Hall.
The opening hours to register a death are between 9.00 and 4.30pm Monday to Friday and as the offices are closed at weekend, do not worry as you have 5 working days to see the registrar.
When you are grieving it can be difficult to think things through clearly but if you contact our specialist probate lawyers they will be able to guide you through the worst and help you make the right choices.
Once a death has been registered you can make the necessary funeral arrangements. Sometimes the deceased may have made provisions and requests for their final journey and if they have left a Will, this could detail how they would like their funeral to be conducted.
Our experienced probate solicitors can obtain a Grant of Probate on your behalf if a Will has been left by the testator, this is how your solicitor may refer to the deceased.
Our Bury probate solicitors are here to support you and your family. Contact us in confidence on 0845 603 0708 or complete the form to the right and we'll call you back.