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Veteran in wheelchairFor those who served our country, it is important that our government lives up to its promise by providing the benefits they deserve. For veterans and their family members, that could mean additional compensation that could help them better afford long-term care later in life.

At Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., in Gainesville, we dedicate extensive experience and resources to helping those who served our country and protected us. Attorney Eric Owens can help you get through the complex process of claiming the Aid and Attendance pension you are entitled to. He is one of the few VA accredited attorneys in the country.

Veterans Aid And Attendance Pension

This benefit is available to veterans who served — although not necessarily fought — during any wartime and who have low income and a disability that may or may not be connected to military service.

If you are a veteran, spouse or spouse of a deceased veteran who served during a qualified war period and you need help with your activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, feeding, toileting, grooming, walking/transferring, etc.), you may qualify for up to $2,169 monthly tax free.

Secure The Funds You Need For Your Care

Those who put everything on the line should not have to go through the complex process of securing these benefits alone. Often, this help can make a big difference in whether you are able to afford the long-term care you need. We will be beside you every step of the way to protect your rights and interests.

Our team is ready to get to work helping you plan for the future and securing the funds that you deserve for serving our country. To get started, call Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., today at 470-201-5354 or send us an email to schedule a consultation. We often make home visits to those who cannot visit our office in Gainesville.