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Unless the power of attorney provides a different method for an agent's resignation, an agent may resign by giving notice to the principal and, if the principal is incapacitated:
(1) To the conservator or guardian, if one has been appointed for the principal, and a coagent or successor agent; or
(2) If there is no person described in subdivision (1) of this section, to:
(a) The principal's caregiver;
(b) Another person reasonably believed by the agent to have sufficient interest in the principal's welfare; or
(c) A governmental agency having authority to protect the welfare of the principal.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 30. Decedents' Estates; Protection of Persons and Property § 30-4018. Agent's resignation; notice - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ne/chapter-30-decedents-estates-protection-of-persons-and-property/ne-rev-st-sect-30-4018/
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