Many seniors are unaware of Veteran’s benefits available to pay for long-term care at home, in a nursing facility or a personal care home. This program, called Veteran’s Aid & Attendance, can provide valuable benefits to wartime Veterans and their widow(er)s if you know what types of benefits are available and how to access them.
At Marshall, Parker & Weber, our VA-accredited attorneys understand the rules governing Veteran’s Aid & Attendance. We also understand the intricate differences between long-term care and Veterans planning so we can develop a plan to ensure our clients receive the Aid and Attendance benefits they deserve, but prevent them from becoming ineligible for Medical Assistance.
- The VA MISSION Act Passed by Congress (5/30/2018)
- Veterans Registry Bill Passes State House (7/2/2017)
- Older Veterans may be Eligible for Help with Care Costs (2/20/2017)