Michigan Veteran’s Aid & Attendance Benefits
If you are a Veteran or the widow of a Veteran, you may be entitled to certain Veteran benefits from the US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).
We proudly serve those who have served our country, helping them get the benefits and resources they have more than earned.
What benefits am I entitled to as a Veteran?
Here’s the heartbreaking news:
Most Veterans who fought for our country have no idea of the significant end-of-life benefits available to them and their families.
Veterans aren’t notified of these benefits, which is extremely unfortunate.
But at Sarah’s Law Firm, education comes first. We make it a point that our Veteran clients are fully aware of their options before making any decisions.
The Veteran’s Administration (VA) provides a wide range of benefits to seniors facing long-term care, including financial assistance for medications and medical services.
You may also qualify for Veteran Affairs War Time Pension, also known as “Aid and Attendance Pension.”
To ensure you aren’t wrongfully denied, contact our VA-Accredited team so we can get you the benefits you deserve.
How can I receive benefits from the VA?
The Veterans Aid & Attendance Pension program provides monthly payments to help with long-term care costs for Veterans and spouses who meet the following requirements:
If you or your spouse served at least one day during a period of war, had 90 days of continuous military service, and were discharged from a branch of the U.S. armed forces under conditions that were not dishonorable, you may be eligible for this benefit.
The Aid & Attendance benefit is non-service connected.
That means that the Veteran did not have to be injured during service to receive benefits.
In addition to the requirements above, the Veteran or spouse meet at least one of these medical requirements:
You must also meet income and net worth limits that Congress sets.
It’s important to note that even if you have a home and savings above the limit, you may still be eligible for benefits.
Some items are exempt from your net worth total, such as your primary residence, vehicle, prepaid funeral planning, and other minor resources.
If you, as the Veteran, or the surviving spouse of the Veteran, has assets above the limit, there are legal solutions available.
Our experienced team can help Veterans and their families prepare to qualify for these benefits, which can be a tremendous blessing to families needing care.
Contact us at (989) 567-2100 or click here to get started today.
Helping you receive the benefits you deserve.
Veteran's Benefits are confusing.
We can help.
There’s nothing more frustrating and disheartening than being denied the benefits you deserve.
Our law firm knows how to navigate through the complex VA rules. We also have a strong understanding of the interrelationship between Veteran’s Benefits, Medicaid Planning, and estate planning.
With our process, we’ll take the time to understand your present situation, your vision for tomorrow, and help you create a peace-of-mind solution that delivers for the long haul. Contact us to get started today.
A closer look at Veteran’s Benefits
As President Lincoln said, “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan.”
Thankfully, our country is honoring that by providing benefits through the VA Pension and Aid & Attendance program.
Here are a few reasons why you should apply:
Although these benefits make a significant impact, the application process is complicated.
This is where an experienced lawyer can help you get the most that you deserve.
You served our country. Let us be the ones to serve you.
You deserve some relief.
We understand the challenges you are facing.
In the military, nobody teaches you personal finance. And yet, when you retire and join the civilian world again, it is as if the world expects you to understand and keep up with the paces.
And that is a unique challenge all on its own.
But at our office, you won’t be alone. With a trusted, dedicated advisor in your corner, you will be confident to make the right choices when the time comes.
Contact us at (989) 567-2100 to get started today.