Although you can contact a funeral director before the death certificate is issued it is important to register the death as soon as possible. Take the death certificate along with the birth certificate of the deceased (if available) and the marriage certificate (if appropriate) or certificate of civil partnership. You should also take the deceaseds medical card to the registrars. (If you cannot find any of these documents still proceed with the registration) In Scotland a death can be registered at any registry office.
It is also be advisable to phone the Registrar to make an appointment rather than just turning up, as they might be busy and you may have to wait.
Fife is one Registration District: Office Hours Below
Monday - Friday
9.30am - 12.00 1.00pm - 4.30pm
Municipal Buildings, College Street
Tel: 03451 555555 - code 460058
County Buildings, St Catherine Street, Cupar
tel: 03451 555555 - code 450597
Albany House, Glenrothes
Tel: 01592 414141
Town House, Kirkcaldy
Tel: 03451 555555 - code 471682
Carberry House, Scoonie Road, Leven
03451 555555 - Code 460058