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NBS aim to be on hand to offer anyone who needs advice and guidance on what to do following a bereavement

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0800 0246 121

Office 10, Consett Innovation Centre, Ponds Court Business Park, Genesis Way, Consett, County Durham, DH8 5XP

 

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You should register the death of your loved one within 5 days in the person died in England, Wales or Northern Ireland (8 days in Scotland) at your local Registrar of Births Marriages and Deaths.

REGISTRATION OF DEATH

If your loved one died abroad you will find this website useful on what you need to do.

 

Click start and follow the instructions.

 

You can also call of bereavement specialist on 0800 0246 121 for help.

England & Wales

Northern Ireland

Registration takes about 30 minutes and it is recommended that you book an appointment.

 

In most cases it should be a relative that registers the death, however there are circumstances others can do this, please consult with the registrar when you make your appointment.

 

You will need to take the medical certificate that shows the cause of death, it is also useful to have the birth certificate, NHS medical card, passport, marriage or civil partnership certificate, driving license and a proof of address (utility bill) if you have these to hand.

WHAT IF THE DEATH OCCURS ABROAD?