Compassionate Funeral Advice In Kirkcaldy, Leslie And Dunfermline

For compassionate funeral advice from an experienced and sympathetic team in Kirkcaldy, Leslie and Dunfermline, call Callum Robertson Funeral Directors.

When someone dies

When someone dies at home, the first thing you need to do is contact their own doctor or the NHS24 on-call doctor, if outside normal surgery hours. They will then come to the house and arrange for the Medical Certificate to be completed.

After you have contacted the doctor, you can then contact us on our local office numbers. Our funeral director will call out to your home to transport the deceased (if required) to one of our Chapels of Rest.

Unexpected Or Sudden Deaths

In some cases, if the death is sudden or unexpected, the police may become involved and arrange for the deceased to be taken to a local hospital mortuary, before submitting a report to the procurator fiscal. This should be no cause for concern, as it is part of standard procedure in such situations.

We will contact the procurator fiscal’s office and keep you well informed of the situation. Our team will let you know when we are able to collect the Medical Certificate for you.

Guidance In Your Time Of Need

Our aim is to provide guidance in your time of need, supporting you through a difficult period and helping with all the necessary practical arrangements. We take extra care to ensure a personalised service that meets your needs, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us whenever you need compassionate funeral advice.

Visit Us

Our team in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline are here to help you with your every need, ensuring you get the guidance to help you through this difficult time. Visit us at our premises for personalised advice.

Visit us in Kirkcaldy or Dunfermline for compassionate funeral advice, or call us on 01592 595 000

Callum Robertson Funeral Directors
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