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Veterans Aid & Attendance: How Can I Qualify?

Texas Veterans Trust Benefits Attorney

Many Veterans have served their country when they were called but now have reached their elder years and need help with their daily living. They do not have the money to pay for in home care, nursing home care or assisted living out of their own investments or Social Security. Yet when they apply at the Veterans Administration for help with these expenses they are told that they have too much property. If you or a person you know needs help with qualifying for VA Attendance, you are urged to contact a Veterans trust benefits attorney in Texas.

Qualifying for Veterans Aid & Attendance

Where you have too much property to qualify for Veterans benefits, it is necessary to bring your assets down to where you qualify. This is done by creating a trust to put enough assets in so that you are now below the qualifying requirements. Then you may have your VA benefits. This assumes that you qualify otherwise for VA health care. You may contact the VA if you have any questions about that.

Veterans Trust Benefits Attorney in Texas

I am Carol Butrus. I am a Veterans Trust Benefits lawyer serving Texas Veterans. I help Veterans qualify for the Aid and Attendance benefits they have earned with their service to our country. Where they have too many assets to qualify, I prepare documents to put part of their assets in a trust to bring down the total. Then they qualify for VA benefits which can amount to $18,000 a year to pay for in home care, assisted living or nursing home care. Over the past few months I have done 28 of these trusts for Veterans all over Texas. I have been an attorney for 23 years and my office is located in Dallas. You do not have to come to my office for me to service you. We can do this over long distance. Contact me and I will help you.

Contact a Texas Veterans Trust Benefits Attorney at the firm for help with Qualifying for Veterans Aid & Attendance at (888) 225-9167.

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