The following forms are available in PDF format for your convenience. If you need assistance downloading any form, please contact our staff at (954) 525-5405 or Toll Free 1 (877) 525-5401.
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complete them on your computer and
either digitally sign them or sign them with a pen
and send them to us.
In order to complete Cremation arrangements using these forms you need to download at least the first four (5) forms, or forms: 1,2,3,5 for any other type of disposition (Burial) complete in Adobe Acrobat Reader or Foxit Reader and fax them to our office
Toll Free 1 (800) 948-8938 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download Foxit Reader FREE and use it to digitally sign the documents.
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Instructions of How to Digitally Sign and Certify a Document Here!
WE MUST HAVE THESE FORMS IN OUR POSSESSION PRIOR TO
MAKING THE REMOVAL FROM PLACE OF DEATH
PLEASE REVIEW Florida Statutes to see who is Legally Authorized to Release Remains and/or sign Cremation Authorization, regardless of who takes care of financial charges!
FS 497.005 Definitions. (37) "Legally authorized person" means, in the priority listed, the decedent, when written inter-vivos authorizations and directions are provided by the decedent; the surviving spouse, unless the spouse has been arrested for committing against the deceased an act of domestic violence as defined in s. 741.28 that resulted in or contributed to the death of the deceased; a son or daughter who is 18 years of age or older; a parent; a brother or sister who is 18 years of age or older; a grandchild who is 18 years of age or older; a grandparent; or any person in the next degree of kinship. In addition, the term may include, if no family member exists or is available, the guardian of the dead person at the time of death; the personal representative of the deceased; the attorney in fact of the dead person at the time of death; the health surrogate of the dead person at the time of death; a public health officer; the medical examiner, county commission, or administrator acting under part II of chapter 406 or other public administrator; a representative of a nursing home or other health care institution in charge of final disposition; or a friend or other person not listed in this subsection who is willing to assume the responsibility as the legally authorized person. Where there is a person in any priority class listed in this subsection, the funeral establishment shall rely upon the authorization of any one legally authorized person of that class if that person represents that she or he is not aware of any objection to the cremation of the deceased's human remains by others in the same class of the person making the representation or of any person in a higher priority class.