Decedent, Joan Jones, a bedridden, lonely woman, eightysix years old, owned outright Greenacre, her ancestral estate. Biggers, her physician and friend, visited her weekly and was held in the highest regard by Joan. Joan was extremely fearful of pain and suffering and depended on Biggers to ease her anxiety and pain. Several months before her death, Joan deeded Greenacre to Biggers for $5,000. The fair market value of Greenacre at this time was $125,000. Joan was survived by two children and six grandchildren. Joan’s children challenged the validity of the deed. Should the deed be declared invalid due to Biggers’ undue influence? Explain.