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This is difficult without any substantial evidence. However, you should still be able to get a copy of your late husband's bank statements. What I would suggest doing in the absence of evidence would be to put together a chronology of event and also use any evidence you can find in the bank statements. The difficulty with the DWP is that when something "out of the ordinary" happens they don't know how to adjust to deal with it. If this continues and you re not Abe to get an acceptable resolution. I would advise contacting your local Citizens Advice Service they have lots of templates for letters and plethora of experience in dealing with the DWP who can be more than difficult at times. I wish I could give you a more black and white answer to this but as I am sure you can appreciate in the absence of evidence then it will be very difficult to prove what you require to. However, the chronology, bank statements and assistance from the CAB will help with dealing with the DWP.
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