Three days before his death his landlord entered his room and asked him to move thousands of dollars to the landlord's checking account. Our brother did as he was told, but due to heavy medications, he did not remember his acct number and according to the teller, he had to verify his identity with the maiden name of his mom. Our brother had committed all his financial info to memory and never missed a beat, until in hospice on heavy doses of morphine. We believe he was technically no longer the executor at that point, in favor of the succeeding executor-another brother. So we feel this was a crime against our dying brother. Are we barking up the wrong tree?