Large transfers shortly before the death of the decedent into joint accounts with the decedent’s daughter, arranged by the daughter while the decedent was gravely ill, could not have been an intentional act of the decedent, and was the product of undue influence by the daughter. A change of beneficiary for an IRA account was similarly defective. All compensation for the daughter as executor, and her husband as attorney, was denied for negligent, deceptive, and fraudulent conduct. Estate of Joan Marden, Deceased; Estate of Jack M. Marden, Deceased, 8 Fid.Rep.3d 319 (O.C. Montgomery Co. 2018).