Georgia Funeral Directors Association has resources available for you and we hope this information helps you gain an understanding of the funeral and grief process. We also hope to provide information to help families plan in advance or deal with the closure of significant relationships in their lives - emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. Visit HERE for resources and information.
If you have a complaint against a funeral director or a funeral establishment about the way you are served, you should first, discuss the problem with the funeral director and/or management of the funeral establishment. If you feel you were not treated fairly, he/she should be given the opportunity to satisfy you. If this is not acceptable, you may contact the Georgia State Board of Funeral Service which administers the Funeral Service Law for the purpose of better protection of life and health, preventing the spread of contagious, communicable, and infectious diseases, and regulating the practice of embalming and funeral directing and the care and disposition of dead human bodies. Georgia Funeral Directors Association (GFDA) cannot accept complaints. Visit our resource page for information regarding complaints.