When a loved-one dies, grieving can be hard amid the flurry of sometimes overwhelming admin. There's a lot to do; a huge task made harder if family or friends have to make sense of your stuff. Kathryn speaks with Kathryn Perks, who has published a workbook called When I Die, A record of personal details and end of life planner. It's a place to record personal details and last wishes, but Kathryn is clear this workbook isn't designed to replace a will. Public Trust CEO Glenys Talivai joins the conversation to clarify what is legal and what isn't when it comes to recording our final wishes.
4 May 2021