What is the Biographical Information Form?
The Biographical Information Form is the document where all important information about the deceased is provided. This form must be completed by a family member, any relative or a partner. It is very helpful to fill out this form before writing an obituary.
What is the Biographical Information Form for?
An applicant must fill out this form and provide it to the Funeral Home they have agreement with, so that they can prepare a death certificate or write an obituary properly. Sometimes this form is applied to inform other people about the death of a person.
When is the Biographical Information Form Due?
This form is not limited with a due date. The death cannot be predicted, so applicants complete this document when the situation requires it.
Is the Biographical Information Form Accompanied by Other Documents?
No, this Biographical Information Form does not require any attachments. It must be filed separately filled with data about the deceased.
What Information do I Include in the Biographical Information Form?
The form must include the following information about the deceased: full name (first, middle and last), place of residence (address with the state, city and zip code), length of time living in this place, religion and the name of church the deceased attended, other places the deceased attended for the last time. In the form the names of the survivors must be indicated (spouse, parents, children, brother/sisters, grandchildren, etc.).
Where do I Send the Biographical Information Form?
When the form is completed, an applicant must forward it to the Funeral Home.