Many wartime veterans, or the surviving spouses of such veterans, can
collect numerous benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, mostly
to pay for assisted living needs and necessary medical expenses. Known
as “aid and attendance” benefits in most forums, actually
obtaining these benefits can be more difficult than anticipated. Indeed,
there are many veterans who are completely unaware that they may qualify
for these benefits at all
due to a general lack of information.
The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Robertson, P.C. and our Warren County, MO elder lawyers are here to support wartime veterans and their families with legal issues. We hope to help you understand how you can become eligible for VA benefit requirements if you are not already. Once you obtain eligibility, we also want to make it possible for you to keep as many of your own assets in the process.
Discuss your options today by contacting our firm and asking for a consultation.
To ensure that veterans are given the support they deserve, Missouri also has special Medicaid rules for veterans and surviving spouses. Depending on a veteran’s specific situation, it might be best to apply for VA benefits, Medicaid, or both. We can take the guesswork out of your application processes by showing you exactly which solution is best.
Work with our elder law attorneys in Warren County, MO and we can:
If you can possibly qualify for both VA benefits and Medicaid specifically for veterans, we will be sure to approach the situation carefully. Sometimes applying in the wrong order or handling assets incorrectly can break dual-eligibility. With us by your side, we can reduce your chances of making a mistake on your applications and increase your chances of filing successfully.
Let’s start today – call (636) 253-7903 to talk to our caring and professional team.