If a fiduciary is engaged in war service, on petition of the fiduciary, a cofiduciary,
or an interested person, the court may do any one or more of the following:
(a) Appoint a substitute fiduciary. If there is a qualified and acting cofiduciary, the court is not required to appoint
a substitute fiduciary but may vest in the cofiduciary the powers of the original
fiduciary engaged in war service.
(b) Order a suspension of the powers and duties of the original fiduciary for the
period the original fiduciary is engaged in war service and until further order of
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