Bereavement Support

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Bereavement Support

Bereavement is an emotional, difficult and distressing time. When someone dies, there will be many matters to attend to, from registering a death through to stopping unwanted mail, to the legal side, known as probate, all of which you may be unfamiliar with. We are therefore proud to partner with the National Bereavement Service, who are a not for profit organisation.

The National Bereavement Service have a specialist bereavement team who are able to help guide you and your loved ones through the steps that have to be completed when someone dies, dealing with the legal matters concerning the assets of the deceased person, or are there simply if you need someone to talk to.

To further help you this is a FREE SERVICE and is included within all of Empathy UK's Funeral Plans. There are no time restrictions, you and your loved ones can use this free service as much and as often as you need to, to get the support they need with the practical things and help them work out what to do next.
  • “My father recently died and he had taken out a funeral plan only 5 years ago for £1200.00. The funeral cost must have been in excess of £3000.00. I don’t know how they do it, but I bet my father would have been proud of his foresight”
    Mrs Jesson, Cheshire
  • “The selection process was easy to follow and the staff very friendly. When my mother died recently I made just one call and all the funeral arrangements were handled by Empathy. They even sent sympathy cards to all close family members”
    Mrs Platt, Bristol
  • “I was pleased to let Empathy UK handle all their connected services. I used equity release from my home to pay for the funeral plan”
    Mr. Landon, Leeds
  • “Empathy staff were very good. They explained all my questions on the phone and I felt very comfortable that this was the funeral plan I wanted to buy”
    Mr. Gammond, Manchester
  • “Empathy UK were very helpful. I didn’t know what I had to do when my mother died. However, I made just one call and they sorted everything”
    Mr. Thorby, Sheffield