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Kei te tiaki ahau i ngā take a tētahi kua mate I'm looking after the affairs of someone who has died

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The death of a family member or friend is a difficult time. If you look after the estate of someone who has died, there’s often tax and other financial matters to take care of.

You need to be legally able to act on behalf of the person who died. For example, you might have been given this responsibility in their will.