Tim Morrison's activity stream


  • commented on Contact Us 2019-08-13 12:09:58 -0700
    We are looking to partner, give us advice on starting our foundation, guidance, anything to better be able to spread the word and make people aware about abuse against the elderly, anything is greatly appreciated.


    We have a mutual friend in Arizona, Chuck Irion and we were speaking the other day about our foundation when he brought Kerri’s name up. We would be happy to speak at events with Kasem Cares or have the opportunity to attend Kasem Cares National event, volunteer, assist the board, whatever is needed to get elderly abuse into the spotlight and out of the shadows.


    Our Story below:

    My sister in law stole over $673,000 the day her mother died depriving her dad from his money, she did this by becoming the financial POA and convincing her mother whom had a limited education and could not read or write English to move the money from a bank the family had banked at for 50 years to a credit union she banked at. Then the day her mother died she falsified POA paper work showing that she didn’t need a doctors note stating her mother was incapacitated (Which was on the original POA paper work from the family attorney) But instead the new POA paper work stated she didn’t need a doctors note and could immediately invoke the Financial POA. We have been fighting this with our attorneys for 3 years come September 2019 . The family member was arrested July 15th as our attorney by law had to give our evidence to the police since a crime had been committed, we have been pushing the Iowa attorney Generals office Tom Miller, the US District Attorneys office southern District in Des Moines Iowa and the Johnson county Iowa Assistant DA to push this to the feds for federal prosecution since she committed bank fraud by falsifying POA paper work and she was a Co-Executor to her mothers estate.


    We are forming a foundation to try and fight elderly Financial abuse as this is a growing problem and most people have no idea where to turn or where to get resources. It has been an up hill battle and no one has believed us but we had the evidence and uncovered more evidence in our pursuit of this family member. Our foundation is looking at ACFCS certification so we can speak to Police departments, Attorneys, Banks and nursing homes to educate them on the red flag warning signs as well as hopefully be able to sell certification to help fund the foundation.
    We intend to do FREE events to the public, tell our story of my father in laws financial abuse and bring in Financial planning companies, and Trust attorneys to show people how to set up their estate correctly so the abuse doesn’t happen, this will be an educational event and IF someone wants more info they can ask to be contacted, we will not SELL at these events, more focused on education to the public that attends.


    Our foundation intends to set up attorneys in states and be able to offer services to families at reduced rates as well as forensic accountants to fight the cases of abuse when a family has strong evidence but little to know money to litigate the case.

    We also want to work with Legislators in each state to make new laws addressing punishment for these crimes.


    We are trying to bring National attention to our story and so many more stories of Financial Abuse against the Elderly, together we can make a difference!


    Media Link to story below.

    https://www.kcrg.com/content/news/Iowa-City-woman-charged-with-theft-after-allegedly-withdrawing-more-than-650000-from-deceased-mothers-account-512748011.html


    regards,

    Tim & Judy Morrison

    tim.morrison2818@gmail.com

    Cell:503-330-7208

    Contact Us

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    Kasem Cares
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  • wants to volunteer 2019-07-16 14:07:30 -0700

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    Every organization needs volunteers. Friends of Kasem Cares has so much work to do as awareness of elder abuse and neglect issues remains frightfully scarce. Any and all volunteer efforts will be welcome and appreciated. Will you help?

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  • commented on Share Your Story 2019-08-13 12:02:44 -0700
    My sister in law stole over $673,000 the day her mother died depriving her dad from his money, she did this by becoming the financial POA and convincing her mother whom had a limited education and could not read or write English to move the money from a bank the family had banked at for 50 years to a credit union she banked at. Then the day her mother died she falsified POA paper work showing that she didn’t need a doctors note stating her mother was incapacitated (Which was on the original POA paper work from the family attorney) But instead the new POA paper work stated she didn’t need a doctors note and could immediately invoke the Financial POA. We have been fighting this with our attorneys for 3 years come September 2019 . The family member was arrested July 15th as our attorney by law had to give our evidence to the police since a crime had been committed, we have been pushing the Iowa attorney Generals office Tom Miller, the US District Attorneys office southern District in Des Moines Iowa and the Johnson county Iowa Assistant DA to push this to the feds for federal prosecution since she committed bank fraud by falsifying POA paper work and she was a Co-Executor to her mothers estate.


    We are forming a foundation to try and fight elderly Financial abuse as this is a growing problem and most people have no idea where to turn or where to get resources. It has been an up hill battle and no one has believed us but we had the evidence and uncovered more evidence in our pursuit of this family member. Our foundation is looking at ACFCS certification so we can speak to Police departments, Attorneys, Banks and nursing homes to educate them on the red flag warning signs as well as hopefully be able to sell certification to help fund the foundation.
    We intend to do FREE events to the public, tell our story of my father in laws financial abuse and bring in Financial planning companies, and Trust attorneys to show people how to set up their estate correctly so the abuse doesn’t happen, this will be an educational event and IF someone wants more info they can ask to be contacted, we will not SELL at these events, more focused on education to the public that attends.


    Our foundation intends to set up attorneys in states and be able to offer services to families at reduced rates as well as forensic accountants to fight the cases of abuse when a family has strong evidence but little to know money to litigate the case.

    We also want to work with Legislators in each state to make new laws addressing punishment for these crimes.


    We are trying to bring National attention to our story and so many more stories of Financial Abuse against the Elderly, together we can make a difference!


    Link to story below.

    https://www.kcrg.com/content/news/Iowa-City-woman-charged-with-theft-after-allegedly-withdrawing-more-than-650000-from-deceased-mothers-account-512748011.html

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  • signed Take The Pledge 2019-07-10 10:12:49 -0700

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    Stop the Silence. Promote Awareness. Raise your Voice.

    • 1 to 2 million Americans age 65+ report having been abused by a loved one or someone they depend on for care.
    • Only 1 in 14 incidents of elder abuse are ever reported to authorities.
    • Only 1 in 25 cases of financial exploitation are ever reported, meaning there may be at least 5 million financial abuse victims each year.

    You can do your part to end the silent epidemic of elder abuse by taking the pledge to stand up against elder abuse. There are 10,000 people who are turning 65 each and every day (Pew Research Center), and we are rapidly approaching a time where nearly 50% of the population will be 65 or older. Together, we can end the silence of elder abuse by standing united and raising our voices against this growing problem. 

    Show your support in this movement, by pledging to end the silence, raising awareness in your community, and speaking up against elder abuse.


     

    "Kerri Kasem is working to honor our elderly. . by God it is very important and obligation to dignify our eldery...Freedom from isolation. Go Kerri Kasem. Thank you." V. Amaral

    "Without stimulation and love, people die." THANKS for pointing out that isolation is elder abuse." S. White

    "I can't thank you enough for starting this conversation. Your dad would be so proud. He is smiling watching you change such an important part of wishes that I am sure were already planned. It breaks my heart for all the pain you endure to get something that should not even be a fight. You are inspirational and have helped me keep my head on straight knowing how hard you are working. Thank you from the bottom of my heart." R. Bove

    "You are amazing! Keep up the fight for all those that can't." S. Benton

     

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