Chests and urns
Chests and urns can be supplied in different colors and with special motifs which can be photos, drawings or other form of decoration, depending on the individual’s wishes.

Special wishes regarding coffins and urns are gladly fulfilled.
Coffins must, according to Danish law, be immersed in a burial ground in a cemetery.
Chests must not be reduced on private land. The rules for urns are a little more lenient.

Urns are usually reduced in a cemetery or the ashes are strewn across the sea, but there is also the option of reducing an urn on a private land (upon request).
The conservation period (the time that must pass before the burial site can be laid down or used for another coffin / urn) is usually 25 years for coffins and 10 years for urns.

In cemeteries with soil conditions that slow down the decomposition, the parish council can determine other times of preservation.
Thus, it is not uncommon for conservation periods of 30 years for coffins and 15 years for urns.
On application, it is possible to divide the ash so that half of the ash is reduced to e.g. the cemetery while the other half sprinkled the sea.

Funeral assistance
In the event of death, funeral assistance is available from the municipality, the Health Insurance Denmark and the trade union.
We guide and arrange for a grant application.

Inheritance and change
When a person dies, a death estate occurs.
It may consist of the deceased’s spouse, child, grandson and other relatives as well as heirs of wills.
There is a lot to think about in connection with the death estate. You can safely leave this to us.

In Advertising Journal you can prepare one or more obituaries / thank you ads.
When finished entering, the ads are automatically delivered to us and we help with the final design and place the ad in the newspaper.

Free legal advice
We offer free legal advice.
An experienced lawyer who specializes in change issues is available.
The meeting can take place in our business or the relatives – depending on agreement.
Contact us to find out more about what we can offer.

What happens when a person dies and what is the work of the caretaker?
Lectures are for everyone eg. schools, theme days, confirmation classes, etc.
We offer to give lectures on death, what happens when a person dies and traditions.
We also offer courses for caregivers.

Tasks of the
caretaker. Funeral or burial
Contact to the priest
Contact to the cemetery
Contact to the church / chapel
Pick up the deceased
Drive the deceased to and from the church / chapel
Assistance in the church
Transport of urn (to the chosen cemetery)
Transport of wreaths and flowers from the church / chapel to the cemetery
Contact to the florist
Contact to newspapers (obituary)
Application for funeral assistance in the deceased’s municipality of residence, Health Insurance Denmark, trade union, coroner’s association, etc.
Complete and arrange various papers and notifications
Notification of deaths to the funeral authority

Rabøl Jørgensen's Funeral Services can be found in 11 different cities in southern and southern Jutland
Aabenraa • Rødekro • Bov-Padborg • Gråsten • Tønder-Højer • Bredebro • Løgumkloster • Skærbæk • Gram


Rabøl Jørgensens Funeral Home
Løgumklostervej 14
DK - 6200 Aabenraa
Tel: (+45) 70122012
E-Mail: post@rabol-jorgensen.dk

We help you before,
during and after your loss