San Bernardino County Veterans Assisted Living Lawyer

At The Elder and Disability Law Firm, APC, we focus on helping our elderly clients and their families achieve their goals with respect to financing assisted living for veterans and their spouses. Many elderly veterans and their spouses want a living space in which they receive the assistance they need with everyday tasks, but also gain the benefits and friendships found in community living. Unfortunately, the cost of these services can make such living arrangements beyond the reach of some wartime veterans and their spouses.

San Bernardino County Veterans Assisted Living Attorney

We make it our goal to educate our clients regarding the financial assistance for assisted living that may be available to them in the form of Veterans aid and attendance benefits. Few of our clients come to us knowing about these benefits.

The amounts available are substantial. Payments can be up to $2,053 a month to pay for long-term care. We take great pride in showing our clients how these benefits can be used to finance the assisted living arrangements that they once thought beyond their reach. We work hard to help them find peace of mind and to stretch their dollars further.

In serving as a resource for our clients, we provide them with experienced legal judgment from an industry-recognized educator in the area: our firm's founding attorney Esther Wang. Having practiced law for more than 20 years, attorney Wang often educates other attorneys in this area of law, both as an author and as a teacher in the classroom.

Riverside County VA Assisted Living Benefits Attorney

Our firm does not pretend to be all things to all people. We focus exclusively on helping our clients get their Veterans aid and attendance benefits and their Medi-Cal benefits.

But our laser focus means we know how to plan your estate in such a way that you can avoid probate, save on estate taxes, and qualify for VA aid and attendance benefits at the same time. Many clients do not understand that the VA does not treat all wills and trusts alike.

For veterans, the usual revocable trust may not adequately protect them or maximize their assets. For that reason, we regularly advise clients about their rights with respect to laws regarding a wide variety of Veterans aid and attendance benefits issues, including:

  • Veterans estate planning
  • Nursing home Medi-Cal benefit planning
  • Long-term care
  • Home care
  • Senior retirement living
  • Board and care
  • Assisted living

Free Strategy Session

To learn more about Veterans aid and attendance benefits with respect to assisted living arrangements, schedule your free strategy session with California lawyer Esther Wang today by calling 800-409-6271. You can also contact us online. All communications remain entirely confidential.