Death and funeral issues
Local Registry Office (“Matrika”) registers all death that happen on the territory of Bratislava-Rača. It also issues death certificate (“Úmrtný list”). Important document is declaration of death (“List o prehliadke mŕtveho”) signed by coroner (physician), as well as identity card of dead person (or its passport). It must be submitted to Registry Office within three days declaration of death was issued. You can decide for civil, church or mixed funeral ceremony. Very helpful in all matters concerning death and funeral are all funeral services operating in Bratislava. They provide very complex service to surviving relatives (e.g. contacting all relevant administrative bodies, church etc.).
Registry Office (Matrika)
831 06 Bratislava
Monday 8:00 - 12:00, 13:00 - 17:15
Wednesday 8:00 - 12:00, 13:00 - 17:15
Friday: 7:30 - 12:00
Local cemetery in Bratislava-Rača is administered by local Roman-Catholic parish office and Marianum (city funeral services and cemetery administration). Roman-Catholic parish funeral service partner is Dubova – funeral service (office address: Rača - Alstrova 121, non-stop phone: 0903 254 879, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). It can be noted that citizens of Bratislava more and more prefer cremation (about 70%) to burial. Crematorium in Bratislava is located in western part of Bratislava.
For funeral services in Bratislava see e.g.:
http://marianum.sk/marianum/ (funeral services and cemetery administration, including Bratislava crematory)
Šafarikovo námestie 3,
811 02 Bratislava - Staré mesto