Aid and Attendance Can Make Life Affordable Once Again
Aging in the modern world can be expensive. There are a variety of services that may be required to care for an elderly person who needs help managing daily tasks. For veterans who are over the age of 65, it may be possible to receive Aid and Attendance benefits to help cover these costs. If you or a loved one currently is in the situation of needing daily living care, consider applying for Aid & Attendance to help make ends meet.
Deserving of Proper Care
Everyone deserves to be cared for properly as they age, and that certainly applies to those who bravely served our country. Veterans should be properly cared for and given support all along the way, as they sacrificed significantly to provide what many of us at home take for granted. The support of our country should not end when a veteran enters his or her later years. Aid and Attendance benefits are just one way of showing appreciation and respect to those who have put their lives on the line for freedom.
Help with the Process
If you would like to pursue Aid and Attendance benefits, either for yourself or a loved one, contact a qualified attorney with experience in this field. It’s important to work with someone who is familiar with what is involved in applying for any kind of VA benefit. You would like to get this benefit as soon as possible, of course, but you also want to make sure everything is done right during the application process. Since you probably haven’t done it before, working with an experienced professional is a smart move. Not only will you have someone available to guide you, but you will also be able to ask any questions and you may have about the process along the way.
Our Team Would Be Proud to Help with VA Benefits
Mortellaro Law is a Tampa law firm specializing in Medicaid, elder law, VA benefits, and more. If you would like to speak with us regarding the specifics of your situation, please reach out for a free consultation. Our team would be proud to serve you!
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