By The Sea
Call: (561) 623-7357
After the initial filing of the death certificate, we will obtain your original order from the local health department at no cost (based on your package selection). After your initial order, all re-orders will require a basic fee for a staff member's time and our business overhead costs. A fee for mailing will also apply.
If you wish to initiate filing a re-order on your own, you may utilize the box listed below. If you select to go through VitalChek, Cremation Services By The Sea will be unable to assist you.
One of the highest honors an individual can do is to provide dedicated and honorable services to our fine military forces and those who have served our great nation.
Cremation Services By The Sea honors those who have served in the armed forces. There are many benefits which can apply to a veterans death. The links provided are designated for veterans and veteran families. You will need to provide a DD214 or Honorable Discharge for filing any military benefits or honors.
Cremation Services By The Sea notifies Social Security for every family that we service. When a family has more questions regarding how a loss will effect a living relative or a spouse, please follow the following link for direct answers.
Cremation Services By The Sea understands that a family can never be prepared enough when faced with the loss of a loved one. However, with helpful advice and the proper outlets, a family can find open arms and open hearts that are there to help.
As a compassionate based business, we understand how complex some of these decisions could be. A terminal illness can devastate an entire family and alter the day to day dynamics of personal care givers. When this is the case, hospice or palliative care should be explored. Dedicated hospice social workers, nurses and doctors serve the family with unmatched integrity and provide relief and comfort to the challenges of illness. South Florida has some of the most dedicated hospice providers in the industry. Families faced with end of life decisions may have never faced a loss before. Therefore, it is important to ask questions when selecting a provider, gather information and research each element of your specific need.
We have listed some hospice resource links here, do not hesitate to call these professionals for assistance or advice on how to approach this transition. Learn more about the myths and facts about hospice care. For direct cremation information and cremation costs, please view our services page.