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Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefits: What is the Benefit?

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Veterans who have served our country have been granted certain benefits when they are retired or disabled. Many Veterans need an Assisted Living facility with help with food, laundry, errands and simple health care. Others needing more advanced medical care seek Nursing Home services. The Veterans Aid & Attendance program will pay for these services to qualified Veterans. If you need assistance for qualifying for this benefit, you are urged to contact a Veterans trust benefits lawyer in Texas.

The Benefits

The benefits provide up to $18,000 annually to pay for in home care, nursing home or assisted living for Veterans. They also include a pension. To qualify the Veteran must meet certain active duty requirements and be enrolled in the VA Health Care System or been determined by the VA to be 50% or more disabled. It is also necessary that the Veteran's assets be below a certain amount. Many Veterans cannot afford assisted living or nursing home care on their own. Still they have too much property by VA standards. This is handled by setting up a Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Pensions Benefits Trust. The Veteran puts enough assets in the trust to make him eligible for assisted living or nursing home benefits.

Veterans Trust Benefits Lawyer in Texas

I am Carol Butrus, a Texas lawyer of 23 years experience. As a Veterans trust benefits lawyer, I serve Veterans across the state of Texas who need help qualifying for their in home care, assisted living and nursing home care. I set up Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Pensions Benefits Trusts for my Veteran clients. By creating these trusts for some of the Veteran's assets, his remaining assets are now under VA limits. He now he can now get into his care giving program. I have recently set up 28 of these trusts for Veterans across Texas. I am located in Dallas but everything may be done by long distance. I am proud to be able to help these people who have given so much. Contact me for help for yourself or someone you know.

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

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