Privacy Policy


The Funeral Therapy Services project (Funeral Therapy Services) is committed to protecting the personal data of its customers, and ensures compliance with legal requirements in terms of data protection, namely Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 ("General Regulation on Data Protection" or "RGPD") and Law 58/2019.
With the Privacy Policy now presented, we aim to provide all information on how the personal data we collect in the scope of our services are handled by us.
Funeral Therapy Services recommends reading this Privacy Policy, taking into account the date of the version presented, which may change.


To better understand the terms used in this policy, we present the most relevant definitions:

Data Controller

The Funeral Therapy Services project is the entity responsible for data processing and has its headquarters in Av. Dr. Lourenço Peixinho, Edifício 15, 3C, 3800-165 Aveiro, Portugal, and can be contacted through:

What personal data do we handle

We may collect your personal data during the provision of our services, through the use of our website, as well as to contact us or request information about our services.

More specifically, we inform you the data that can be used for different purposes:

Register of the deceased:

Memorial in honor of the deceased:

Details of the person who registers to pay Tribute:

For TMD therapy:

Legitimate purposes and Lawfulness of processing

The personal data provided by the data subjects within the scope of the use of our services are only those strictly necessary for the purposes described, with all transparency and guarantees of security and confidentiality in the treatment.

Your personal data are processed whenever necessary and pertinent to provide our services, namely to:

Sharing personal data

In accordance with the contractual and legal provisions in force, or considering the need to use specialized services from processors, Funeral Therapy Services may share your personal data with recipients or categories of recipients, including third parties, such as competent governmental and judicial authorities.

Use of cookies

Cookies are small software tags (files) that are stored on your computer through your browser (browser) when you visit a website, retaining information related to your preferences.

Certain cookies may contain personal information such as your username and/or access permissions. Most of the information collected by cookies does not allow users to be identified, however, they collect information of a different nature, such as the origin of the users who arrive at the site, or the user's location.

On the Funeral Therapy Services website, cookies are used to ensure an adequate user experience. The information obtained has no other use.

Rights of the data subject

The data subjects have a set of rights that they can exercise under certain circumstances, namely:

Changes to our Privacy Statement

This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time and, whenever we make changes, they will be posted on our website, and you will be alerted that it has changed.


Updated on 2021-07-01.