Benefits for Veterans and Their Spouses

United Veterans Benefits                                 866-631-2467

United Veterans Benefits works with families who are transitioning into long-term healthcare environments, whether that be home healthcare, assisted living, nursing home or memory care.  We do it from a legal and financial perspective.  We specialize in areas related to Medicaid and VA Aid and Attendance planning.

If you or a loved one is making one of these transitions, we strongly suggest that you seek competent counsel to assist you in your legal and financial decision making process.  By default, most families do no planning, resulting in a complete spend down of the assets that our seniors have worked so hard to accumulate.  In addition, the lack of planning will result in probate delays, unnecessary taxes, and the eroding of family legacies.

Let us work with you to help you and your family receive the level of care that is needed, in the place that is best for you, and without the worry of how care is going to be paid for.

Now, the really good news:  If you or your spouse served our country during a period of war, even if that service was here in the U.S., you may be entitled to up to $23,388 of TAX FREE income per year to help pay for your care, even if it is being provided by your own family members.  This little-known benefit, the Aid and Attendance pension, has been a blessing to tens of thousands of our veterans and their families. 

This pension is payable regardless of the need for care . . .in other words, it is not service connected.  So, if Mom or Dad were to develop Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, or other age -related diseases or simply need help because of frailty, this pension may make the difference in providing the quality of care each of would like to provide for our loved ones.

Learn more about this exciting benefit by calling United Veterans Benefits at 866-631-2467.

United Veterans Benefits is pleased to be part of Amerivets, the nation's leading provider of senior education about veterans benefits.


This short news broadcast featuring Brian Williams of MSNBC highlights how the Aid and Attendance pension can help even the surviving spouses of our wartime veterans.

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