Written by attorney Brittni A. Sullivan

VA Planning

Most veterans are not aware of the benefits they are entitled to under the Veterans Administration. For example, there is a benefit referred to as the improved Pension through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), more commonly referred to as Aid and Attendance Pension. Assuming you meet the eligibility requirements, the VA permits payments to care givers (including family members, but not spouses) for care provided to the veteran and/or the spouse. This benefit is also commonly used for veterans or the surviving spouses who resided in an assisted living facility. This monthly benefit can be There are three main requirements to qualifying for Aid and Attendance.

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