Nevada VA Pension Benefits Attorneys

If you or a loved one served in the military, you may be qualified to receive Veteran Administration Pension benefits. VA Pension benefits can supplement your costs of living and provide a way for you to pay for long-term care. There are many VA benefit options and you will want to work with an experienced, VA-accredited attorney to evaluate your unique situation. The attorneys at Michaelson Law are VA accredited and can help you navigate this complicated system.

VA Pension is a needs-based benefit paid to a wartime Veteran or his/her surviving spouse. Michaelson Law is a professional law corporation with years of experience assisting Veterans and their surviving spouses with obtaining VA Pension and other benefits. We work to build, protect, and sustain Veterans and their family by:

  • Evaluating the situation relative to the financial and legal requirements for VA Pension benefits;
  • Recommending the best course of action to take in planning for your long-term care needs; and
  • Providing personalized service and peace of mind for you and your family.

Aid and Attendance

Wartime Veterans or their surviving spouses may be eligible for a VA Pension benefit called “Aid & Attendance.” Aid and Attendance (A&A) is an increased monthly pension amount paid to a Veteran or surviving spouse. When it’s time for long-term care in the form of in-home care, assisted living, or skilled nursing, this benefit could make a big difference in the care options available, the affordability, and quality of care you choose. More financial resources mean more options.

Michaelson Law VA Pension Benefits Attorneys

Millions of dollars of VA Pension benefits go unclaimed every year; it is better to find out than to miss out. The VA-accredited attorneys at Michaelson Law are ready to provide you with step-by-step assistance to navigating VA Pension benefits, and all your available options.

If you are a qualified Veteran, the surviving spouse of a qualified Veteran, or a caregiver for a Veteran, or you’re not sure what your status is or whether you qualify, please make an appointment to see if you or your loved one qualifies for life-preserving benefits that can get you the help you need. Let our team of VA-accredited attorneys evaluate your case and review all your options. To get more information about our VA Pension benefits services, click here to contact us.

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