Contact the branch of the Social Security Administration you deal with or take a look at this page on payee's rights and responsibilities. It has contact numbers you may find useful. http://www.ssa.gov/payee/faqrep.htm#a0=12
Contact the local SSA offce. If you cannot get removed as representative payee in that fashion, contact a local estate planning/probate lawyer. Good luck.
I agree with my colleagues. the best way is to contact the Social Security Administration directly. I suggest that you go to your local branch in person for clarity on the process by which you can remove yourself as representative payee.
Here is a link to an attorney legal guide here on Avvo that provides some good info on payee help.
Good luck to you!
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