You should know that for unattended deaths the cops will show up and remove any prescription drugs stronger than Advil and they will not return them. If you are a newly-bereaved family member looking for something in the medicine cabinet to take the edge off, you’ll be out of luck.
It's of a techie woman dealing with the elaborately programmed house left behind by her even techier father.
Aside from the advice that all of us should have
a will; durable power of attorney; healthcare proxy; and a way for your loved ones to access (or not) your things, both material and digital
She tells an interesting detective story, of trying to reverse hack her father's oddball programs.
I suspect SF editors will be seeing a bunch of stories based on this article in the next couple of months. It has a lot to offer: mysterious motivations, interesting technology, and the relationship between a daughter and her now-dead father. There are a number of ways to take it, from suspenseful to emotionally revelatory. I may try it myself, but by the time I get to it, editors will be heartily sick of this unasked-for subgenre of competitive hacking between generations and across the abyss of death.