Veteran Administration Benefits
All veterans and their surviving spouses deserve the full extent of their benefits!. Many however are unaware of all the benefits that available through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. While they have had years of service, now that they are seniors they may not be aware of the Aid & Attendance & Housebound Pension that provides a benefit to help with living assistance if it is deemed medically necessary by a physician. Established in 1952, under Title 38USC, it offers a direct, tax-free monthly pension to help offset the cost of long-term care.
To qualify, the recipient must be 65 years old or older, unemployable, must have an honorable or general discharge, must have served at least 90 days of active Federal duty with at least one day during an official period of conflict and must have a medical necessity requiring care, and must meet established income and asset criteria. This often overlooked benefit may be a viable option that you have not considered.
Our team at Verble Estate Preservation & Advisors will work to determine the full extent of your V.A. benefits. We are experienced and have been successful in qualifying veterans or their surviving spouses for the Aid & Attendance & Housebound Pension.
Currently, Mike Verble is the appointed Tennessee volunteer advocate for U.S. Senior Vets, a non-profit organization that assists veterans and their surviving spouses. As an advocate, his goal will be to review all available options to help you get the care you, your spouse, or your loved family member deserves.
Plan to Age. Plan to Protect.
- Learn more about Title 38
- V.A. Pension
- V.A. Disability Compensation
- Health Care Benefits
- Survivor Benefits
- Aid & Attendance & Housebound Pension
- V.A. Services
For immediate assistance, please contact Mike Verble today.