VA Aid and Attendance Workshop

For many American Veterans, the rising cost of assisted living or home health care can be staggering.

The good news is that there is a little-known VA benefit that can help you get the care you need without using up all of your hard-earned savings.

Hi, I am Elder Law Attorney Richard Barron, and I have spent countless hours helping people in our area receive quality health care while legally protecting their family’s assets.

It never ceases to amaze me when I talk to the families of veterans how little they understand the VA’s benefit programs that are available to those honorably discharged veterans who are over 65 and are struggling with the cost of their care.

If you or a member of your family is an honorably discharged veteran who served at least one day during a period of wartime (the definition of “wartime” may be broader than you think), and if you are in an assisted living facility or are spending several hundred dollars a month or more on the cost of your health care, then you may qualify for benefits under the

VA Aid and Attendance Pension Program

To learn more about the benefits you may be missing out on, I would like to offer you a FREE Veterans Workshop designed for Veterans, Single Surviving Spouse of a Veteran, the Family of the Veteran, and friends of Veterans on

Tuesday January  31, 2012, from 5:30 to 7:00 PM

1400 Preston Rd. Suite 400

Plano, Texas

Here are Just Some of the Secrets I Reveal in this FREE Workshop…

  • How you may qualify for a benefit of up to $2,019/month
  • How the widow of a veteran may qualify for a benefit of up to $1,094/month
  • The asset and income limitations that you must meet in order to become eligible
  • Plus, you’ll learn how to protect your eligibility for Medicaid, should you need long-term nursing home care

Ready to Learn More?

Than reserve you seat now, seating is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis,

so call us at 1-800-939-9093

and bring a family member or friend,

but you have to call us and reserve your seats today!

1 Comment to "VA Aid and Attendance Workshop"

  1. richard

    For a Single Vet assets should be at or below 40,000 and gross income needs to be offset by out of pocket medical expenses.
    They both vary depending upon individual circumstances.

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