Relocation - After Funeral Ritual Services
The process of relocating the graveyard can be complex and requires careful planning and execution, as it involves not only the physical transfer of the remains but also the handling of legal and administrative procedures.
To begin the process of graveyard relocation, you will need to obtain a permit from the relevant authorities, such as the National Environment Agency (NEA) or the Land Transport Authority (LTA). The permit application will typically require information such as the name and location of the current burial site, the intended location of the new burial site, and the reason for relocation.
Once the permit is obtained, the exhumation process can begin. This involves the excavation of the burial site and the removal of the coffin and remains. Our team of experienced professionals can assist with this process, ensuring that it is carried out with sensitivity and respect.
After the exhumation, the remains will need to be transported to the new burial site or moved into a niche tower. This may involve embalming and dressing of the body or cremation of the body, depending on the wishes of the family. Our team can provide these services, as well as arrange for the necessary permits and transportation.
If you are considering exhumation and wish to seek guidance. Please contact our funeral directors who can provide more information.