Repatriation, following the death of a loved one, especially in a foreign land, is a confusing and emotional process for the bereaved.
Government agencies such as Embassies and Consulates are helpful but their assistance is, understandably, limited to advice in such matters i.e. they cannot negotiate contracts, make representations or find and engage services and prices on your behalf.
If you are travelling away from home, someone will be needed to take charge of the deceased (body) while various authorities are contacted and arrangements made with the British Consulate, medical and border controls, funeral directors and specialist (repatriation UK) shipping agents.
It can be an incredibly demanding process, dealing with different countries, foreign languages and legal systems and, unfortunately, prices do vary considerably across the various services required for repatriation.
Please make sure that you compare all costs and scrutinise small print before paying or signing for any of these services.
Reputable and trusted repatriation services
Contact an UK based reputable and trusted repatriation organisation for more detailed advice and prices regarding your particular circumstance, or let them take care of things and save you from paying unnecessary or excessive costs.
Caring and experienced international repatriation personnel are available 24/7 at ECD International.
Call now, for free and caring professional advice or let ECD International tailor a suitable package from a range of services which includes total door to door repatriation and taking care of everything on your behalf.
With more than 35 years experience, and trusted by Embassies, Consulates, Foreign and Common Wealth Departments and International Companies worldwide, you and your loved one will be in sure, safe hands with ECD International.