My family and I are in need of some advice and support. Two years ago, my mother-in-law unexpectedly committed suicide. We were shocked and pained, naturally but also blindsided by the funeral costs. She didn't have any money saved up and was only living off money she got from the government. We have savings but pretty much live pay-check to pay-check. My sister-in-law, was fresh out of high school with no savings. It took alot. Since then, my sister-in-law was left with the task of caring for my grandmother-in-law, who is now blind and has had many visits to the hospital as of late. According to my sister-in-law, she's basically given up. She doesn't eat most of the time, she can barely get around and she just sits around. On top of all this, my sister-in-law also has a 1 year old. The only money she gets is from the government paying her to take care of her grandmother. We love just over 2 hours away and try to help as much as possible but we're not sure what to do now. Should and can my sister-in-law get life insurance on her to cover the funeral costs? Should we really look into Hospice to give my sister-in-law a break? We've never been through this and really, have no family to ask. Any advice would be appreciated greatly!