Repatriation of the deceased

Loss of a loved one in abroad and transportation of the deceased from abroad.

As the lightning comes from clear sky the news – the loss of a loved one in abroad. Despite the freezing shock, the anxious thoughts immediately arise – how will the deceased be transported to Lithuania and when will it be possible to organize the funeral? How to complete many international formalities correctly? How to find reliable, fast and economical way to transport the deceased? How much does it cost to repatriate the remains from abroad?

We understand your complicated situation – grief, anxiety, confusion. We are here to make these experiences a little easier and that the transportation of the decedent from abroad would be smooth. We know how to deal with the situation – how to estimate time and future costs, how to fill out documents in order to get subsidy of the state. Our main services and guaranties

How to survive the pain of loss

The loss of a loved one often happens so unexpectedly that even when you know that fact itself, it is difficult admit it. After all, until recently the deceased was with us – he talked, laughed, created various plans, took care of his loved ones, handled many important things. The life was constant running, meeting needs and desires, constant communication and sharing. And now when this flow is over, silence prevailed. It doesn’t matter at all that your loved one went out abroad and that he may lived away from home for a long time. Even though the repatriation of the deceased from abroad will be done very urgently and respectful last farewell to the deceased will be held You will have to survive the pain of loss. Depressing SILENCE becomes from the loss of the opportunity to communicate, to hear the voice, to meet Your loved one and it is difficult to deal with it for remaining relatives and friends.

Mourning phases and repatriation of the deceased from abroad

Psychologists say that when a person encounters the death the loved one, he usually goes through phases of mourning which include primary shock and internal stagnation; denial and alienation; recognition and so pain, and only a year or three after the loss – acceptance and rebirth. Although we well know that death is an inevitable part of every life, it is very difficult to accept this fact. In a state of shock, we often ask – why right now? Why him? Why? Grief is a complicated experience which is provoking various thoughts and requires silence, concentration and so time. So that’s why let us take care that the solutions organization of the remains repatriation from abroad to Lithuania would be carried out with proper respect and efficiency.