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Repatriation: What happens when someone dies in Portugal?

Repatriation: What happens when someone dies in Portugal?It’s probably the last thing you want to think about when you’re enjoying your new life in the Portuguese sun – but if you’re a British expat living in Portugal, it’s important to think about what would happen when you or someone close to you passes away.

Funerals in Portugal are very different from those in the UK. They often happen within 48 hours, and any delay can mean extra mortuary fees paid by the day. Plus there’s the unfamiliar customs and language barrier to deal with.


“People do not come into therapy to change their past but to change their future”
Milton Erikson

Nova Vida Recovery Centre offer a range of counselling and therapy services including 1:1 therapy and intensive outpatient programmes.

FireOctPlanning your activities? Please do so in safety by following this government advice, writes Safe Communities Portugal.

From August 1, there will be a significant increase in temperature and relative decrease in humidity in mainland Portugal.

For August 2 and 3, maximum temperatures of 35ºC are expected in most of the territory, with levels above 40ºC in the ALENTEJO, Vale do Tejo and Beira Baixa, and temperatures reaching of 45ºC in some places.

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