Are you or a loved one eligible for Aid and Attendance benefits? Please take a moment to review the following questions.
Did the veteran serve on active duty for at least 90 days, one day of which was served during wartime?
(Click here to view applicable wartime periods. Those serving as Merchant Marines or in the Coast Guard during WWII may also qualify.)
Did the veteran leave the service with a discharge other than dishonorable?
Does the claimant require the regular assistance of another person with some activities inherent in daily life (examples include tasks such as bathing, dressing, preparing meals, or administering medication)? Does the claimant require a protective environment due to dementia or other debilitating mental illnesses? Can a physician verify these requirements?
Is the claimant spending money each month on long-term care, such as assisted living, a nursing home stay, prescription drugs, insurance premiums, or home health care? Does the claimant have a child who is providing care?
Are you concerned that the costs of these long-term care expenses may drain your loved one’s financial resources?
If you answered “YES” to the above questions, you or your loved one may be eligible to apply for the Veterans Aid and Attendance pension. This benefit provides a monthly maximum tax-free benefit of $2,295 for a married veteran, $1,936 for a single veteran and $1,244 for a surviving spouse.
To schedule a consultation with Ms. Manz and to determine the precise amount of benefits you may be eligible to receive, click here.
Or, if you are unsure about any of the above questions, please email us to discuss whether you or your claimant may qualify. Never assume that your loved one is not eligible.