How Planning Can Help

Our clients are veterans and veterans' widows who often do not know their rights with respect to Veterans aid and attendance benefits. As a result, before meeting with us, they also do not realize that normal estate planning does not maximize their rights.

To learn what legal protections they need, they first need a different kind of estate planning provided by a different kind of law firm. Our law firm, The Elder and Disability Law Firm, APC, is the different law firm they need.

At The Elder and Disability Law Firm, APC, we know that a normal revocable trust, for instance, does not sufficiently protect the interests of our veterans and their widows. We know this because we focus solely on providing legal advice that helps our clients find peace of mind and stretch their dollars further.

Veterans Estate Planning Attorney: All Riverside County And Nearby Communities

We will help you understand how estate planning can help you and your family both now and in the future. Knowledgeable estate planning in this area will build an estate plan that will not prohibit a veteran from receiving aid and attendance benefits. We also know how to plan your estate so you can avoid probate, save on estate taxes and qualify for VA benefits — all at the same time.

Veterans aid and attendance benefits provide the long-term peace of mind that many elderly veterans and their widows wish to give to their own children. Through effective estate planning, clients have anticipated and provided for needs such as:

  • Nursing homes
  • Long-term care
  • Home care
  • Senior retirement living
  • Board and care
  • Assisted living

Our firm's founding attorney, Esther Wang, holds more than 20 years of legal experience. Attorney Wang, in fact, often educates other attorneys in this area of law, both as an author and as a teacher in the classroom.

Serving All Of San Bernardino County Region: Veterans Estate Planning Lawyer

Schedule your free strategy session with California lawyer Esther Chen Wang today to learn more about your rights with respect to Veterans aid and attendance benefits and other available legal options: 800-409-6271. You can also contact us online. All communications remain entirely confidential.