Veterans Aid & Attendance Pension Benefit:
Little known program with a huge pension benefit…
Wartime veterans and their spouses or surviving spouses may be entitled to a pension benefit called “Aid and Attendance” provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
The Benefit is designed to help offset the cost of long-term care for those who need assistance with the daily activities of living such as bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, and transferring. I served in the military during a wartime conflict, and if you did too you could be eligible for the monthly Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit. This benefit can award a maximum lifetime annual benefit of up to approximately $34,000.
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Veterans Aid & Attendance Pension Benefit Client, Stan Hallam:
Stan Hallam discusses his story in caring for his mother and working with our firm to activate veterans benefits for her.
This pre-qualification form is meant to assist McIntyre Elder Law (the firm) in gathering initial information for a potential client to assist with a determination if the potential client is a viable candidate for Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefits. Filling out and submitting the form above does not create an attorney-client relationship.
An attorney-client relationship may only be formed if an attorney employed by the firm is retained to render legal services such as “Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefits Planning Services.” The firm does not charge a fee for creations and submission of the application for Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefits but may charge a monetary sum or fee for planning services intended to assist the applicant in meeting the asset and income qualification requirements as well as other ancillary legal services associated with assisting an applicant in becoming properly positioned for qualification under the rules for this pension set out by the United States Veterans Administration.