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The Duggan tradition of excellence in funeral service since 1889.

At-Need Arrangements

"Our loved ones die only when we, whom they loved, forget them." ~anonymous

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In order to best prepare for your visit with us after a death has occurred, we will offer to make an appointment, so that we can dedicate our time specifically to your family when you come in to finalize the arrangements. If you are unable to come to our funeral home in person, we can help to coordinate the final arrangements by way of fax or email. If forms are signed away from our office, we kindly ask that you provide photo ID when submitting the forms back to our office, to ensure proper authentication.


VITAL STATISTICS INFORMATION (Biographical information required by the State of California to complete the Certificate of Death).

Click on the graphic on the left to download the file and organize the information we will need at the time of your office visit.

INFORMATIONAL GUIDE

Please download our helpful checklist and informational packet, which will guide you in taking care of details in preparation for your appointment with your funeral director, and for taking care of business matters in the weeks following the passing.

CONSUMER GUIDE TO FUNERAL AND CEMETERY PURCHASES 

Click on the graphic on the left to download the guide supplied by the Dept. of Consumer Affairs' Cemetery and Funeral Bureau.

Guía para el consumidor sobre compras de servicios de funerales y cementerio.

Haga clic en el gráfico de la izquierda para ver el folleto.

ASSIGNMENT OF THE RIGHT TO CONTROL DISPOSITION

Click on the graphic on the left to download the file to assign other(s) the right to make decisions for you, when you are the legal responsible individual(s) to make arrangements in behalf of your loved one. This form must be accompanied by official photo ID, such as a driver's license, if you are not coming into our office to sign the form in person.

Who Has the Right to Make Decisions for Your Funeral Arrangements

DISPOSITION ARRANGEMENTS

California law lists those who have the right, duty, and responsibility to make decisions about disposition arrangements after a person's death. They are, in order, as listed in the law:

  • A person, prior to his or her death.
  • The Person Authorized to Direct Disposition (PADD) on a U.S. Department of Defense Record of Emergency Data (DD Form 93) as that form existed on December 31, 2011, or its successor form.
  • An agent under a California power of attorney for health care / Advance Health Care Directive.
  • The surviving competent spouse or registered domestic partner.
  • The surviving competent adult child (if only one child survives) or the majority of the surviving competent adult children (if more than one child survives).
  • The surviving competent parent or parents.
  • The surviving competent adult sibling or the majority of the surviving competent adult siblings.
  • The surviving competent adult or the majority of the surviving competent adults in the next degree of kinship.
  • A conservator of the person appointed under Part 3 (commencing with Section 1800) of Division 4 of the Probate Code when the decedent has sufficient assets.
  • A conservator of the estate appointed under Part 3 (commencing with Section 1800) of Division 4 of the Probate Code when the decedent has sufficient assets.
  • The public administrator when the decedent has sufficient assets.

Details: A person may direct in writing the disposition of his or her remains and specify the funeral goods and services desired. Unless there is a written statement to the contrary that is signed and dated by the person, these directions may not be changed in any material way except as required by law.


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