No problem. Thank you for the response, it did make me
smile. I can appreciate you want to keep her busy.
She is always at liberty to put a question on here.
If neither you nor your sister have enough money to pay for
the funeral then, as I said, the local authority will pay for it but they must
give prior agreement.
Your sister therefore could make busy by making arrangements
with the local authority and the funeral director because it is going to need
The benefits agency and pensions department or need writing
to with regard to overpayment or underpayment of benefits and pension. The
Council tax department at the Council need writing to because there may be a
refund. The utilities need dealing with.
I assume that the death is registered and all the above
people will need a death certificate.
The local authority (in the house is rented) need speaking
to with regard to terminating the tenancy.
The house needs emptying and the contents disposing of
(usually you will have to pay for this unless there is anything valuable).
There is plenty for her to be doing.
You can always cut and paste this answer (suitably edited)
into a word program and print it off for her.