Kerri Kasem and Julie Kasem Talking About the Right to Ask Where Your Parent Is Buried

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Full video with Kerri Kasem and Julie Kasem speaking with:  Access Hollywood  (Listen at the 5 minute 20 second mark)

“When the legislation bill passes—(Visitation Bill AB 2034) that assemblyman Mike Gatto is authoring—when that passes, in January 2015, we will have the right to ask for where my father is buried,” says Kasem.

That is part of the bill:

  • To know where your loved one is buried.
  • To know when your loved one is in the hospital.
  • To have visitation if your parent wanted it.

If you know anyone in a similar position, write us.  We can help you and get this bill passed in every single state so this does not happen to anyone else.

1 Comments for : Kerri Kasem and Julie Kasem Talking About the Right to Ask Where Your Parent Is Buried
    • NANCY Quance
    • July 22, 2014

    I sent a message a message sometime back on your website. unsure if you ever saw it. I have been in similar situation in central Minnesota. Have been unable to have my developmentally disabled sister or myself to visit with our father, due to actions of a stepmother, who also has power of attorney. I have tried numerous ways going through the system, to get help to be able to see him legally, to no avail. I cannot afford a lawer. I applaud your efforts to change legislation. my father is 88 and may not be around when things change, but if any other adult children of a remarried parent can be helped by your actions, more power to you. God Bless You.

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