EXCELLENT HELP WITH VA AND ATTENDANCE FOR MY FATHER
July 27, 2021
Esther Wang and her staff ... were instrumental in helping us receive VA benefits for my elderly father. Although the VA was disorganized and unresponsive at times to our claim, their law firm knew exactly how to proceed and were persistent in receiving my father's benefits. Additionally, they went beyond in helping us receive my father's retro-pay which was delayed by the VA. I sincerely recommend this law firm and we are eternally GRATEFUL for all they have done for my father, a WWII Veteran. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU!
Thank you, Mary, for allowing us to be a part of your Father's long-term care planning with this benefit and his estate plan needs. We know how every dollar counts towards the care of a beloved parent!
At our law firm, we craft estate plans for veterans that maximize assets without prohibiting a veteran from receiving aid and attendance benefits. In this area, we have the expertise necessary to provide comprehensive legal advice that simply cannot be provided by other advisers.
Our clients often do not even realize that these benefits exist. But when their parents begin to decline and financial stresses begin, providing care for their elderly parents causes them to inquire about veterans aid and attendance benefits. The amounts available are substantial, often up to $2,295 a month to pay for long-term care.
We have seen clients successfully rely on veterans aid and attendance benefits to provide a number of living options to elderly parents, including home care benefits and assisted living benefits.
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 aid and attendance benefits issues, including:
Veterans estate planning
Nursing home Medi-Cal benefit planning
Senior retirement living
Board and care
Assisted living benefits
These VA health benefits are not medical benefits. They are not welfare.
THEY ARE CALLED SPECIAL MONTHLY PENSIONS.
They are an appreciation for and in recognition of the sacrifices made by wartime veterans and their families in defending our country. Our law firm can help you make sure you receive them through a successful application and successful estate planning.
VA ACCREDITED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS
As VA Accredited Attorneys, we can represent war-time veterans and their surviving spouses with this benefit planning and estate work.
PLAN NOW, PLAN EARLY!