Fort Lauderdale


Guide to Funeral Directors in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, Florida the county seat of Broward County, is located some 30 miles north of Miami. With a population of around 172,000, it is one of the largest cities in the Miami metropolitan area. There are currently 10 funeral homes in Fort Lauderdale, offering bereaved families a wide variety of choice.

There are in the region of 11 crematoriums currently in Fort Lauderdale, and the city has upwards of eight cemeteries and memorial gardens, including Lauderdale Memorial Park on 4th Avenue, Evergreen Cemetery on 10th Avenue, and Woodlawn Cemetery on 9th Street.

Notable places of worship include the First Presbyterian Church on 15th Avenue, All Saints Episcopal Church on Tarpon Drive, Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue on Ocean Boulevard, and Masjid Al Iman Mosque on Franklin Drive.

The laws of Florida require that a death certificate is filed with the local registrar no later than five days after death and this needs to occur prior to cremation or burial. Embalming is a requirement if the final disposition is not to be carried out within 24 hours. There are no special restrictions on where ashes may be scattered.

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