At Leavitt's Mortuary & Aultorest Memorial Park, we’re here to offer Ogden, UT residents premier funeral planning support. We understand that the funeral planning process can be a highly emotional experience. Keeping track of everything that needs to be gathered and get done can be extremely overwhelming and leave you feeling stressed out on top of grieving. This doesn't have to be the case. Not only will our team take care of all the specifics for you, but we have also taken the time to provide a comprehensive checklist that we can go through together to make sure every detail is squared away. You can refer to this page over time or even print out your copy, so you have a reference throughout the process. Call now for immediate support, and we would be more than happy to assist.
For starters, there is a long list of documents necessary for the funeral arrangement process. Whether you are pre-planning for yourself or gathering this information for a lost loved one, we will help you gather all the appropriate paperwork to ensure the process stays seamless. The documents you will need to obtain first and foremost are the Vital Statistics, including:
Along with the deceased’s Vital Statistics, you will need to gather some other valuable documents so the appropriate people and organizations can be notified as part of the long-term probate process. We have over nine decades in this line of work and can help you handle any issues with understanding or gathering the following:
If you have chosen our funeral services to honor a veteran, there are some added documentation you will need to gather. The information necessary for the funeral planning of a veteran include the following:
When a loved one passes away, there are likely friends and family members that will need to be notified. In today's day and age, an online funeral announcement is your best bet to ensuring everyone is aware of the funeral details. You will need to be sure to gather names and emails of those needing to be notified. You may also want to consider finding phone numbers, so you can call those friends and family members who don't regularly utilize email or the internet.
Deciding on funeral plans can be a bit overwhelming. That's why the compassionate team at Leavitt's is here to ensure everything runs as smoothly as possible. We can help you with traditional funeral ceremony arrangements, or even accommodate immediate burials and cremations. If your departed loved one had intentions of laying to rest in a veteran's cemetery, private cemetery, or on private property, we'll assist with making these special arrangements. Some of the items and information you will need to think about for the funeral ceremony include the following: