Applying for your earned benefits can be tough to say the least.
Looking at your basic eligibility, enrollment and minimum duty requirements are just the first time to determine what will be best for you to maximize your veteran benefits.
HOW OUR FIRM CAN ASSIST YOU
Looking At VA Benefits In Detail
When looking at the scope of Veteran Benefits, you want to take into account your individual needs such as long-term care that is provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) over numerous health care services. How you interact with what type of benefits you can receive as well as the variety of other services depend on the approach taken.
LET'S TALK TODAY!
Our Firm Looks Out For Our Clients
A MORE DETAILED VIEW
Veterans Benefits Matter
Accessing the numerous benefits afforded to veterans starts with the understand of the particular needs of the individual. Let’s look at one of the programs called the VA Pension Program, used by a veteran and/or surviving spouse to assist in the financing of various nursing, assisted living & in-home care needs.
There are also groups of Veterans that get priority where:
- GROUP 1: If a veteran has service-related disabilities that are “rated 50% or more” are deemed unemployable.
- GROUP 2: Rated 30 to 40%.
WHAT TO CONSIDER
Veteran Benefits Issues
Looking at the variety of VA benefits we can start with the basics:
- DISABILITY: Two programs are offered and are available to veterans with service-related disabilities. If the disease or injury occurred on active duty OR the active duty had made the condition worse.
HOW WE APPROACH VETERANS BENEFITS IN INDIANA
VETERANS BENEFITS ARE COMPLEX BUT DON'T NEED TO BE.
Both the options and application process are hard to navigate on your own but don’t have to be. Our attorneys can look to give you the expert advice to get the broad range of services you are entitled to as a Veteran of the United States armed forces.
Get An Indianapolis Elder Law Attorney On Your Side Today!
To schedule your no-obligation case evaluation about your Veteran benefits, please contact an Indiana elder law attorney from our firm today!
LET'S TALK ELDER LAW TODAY!
We Speak Elder Law In The Simplest Way Possible.
WEBSITE USE AND DISCLAIMER. By using this site, the User understands and agrees that Attorney Jeffrey J. Jinks is licensed only in the State of Indiana and information on the site may not be valid in other jurisdictions. All information is for information purposes only and is not legal advice to the user.
No attorney client privilege or relationship is created by the use of the site or the transmission and receipt of information without an express agreement between the user and Attorney Jeffrey J. Jinks. The information on the site should not be relied on, and the user should take no action, nor refrain from taking action, without first seeking legal or other professional advice for their specific situation. Do not send confidential information through this site, nor through email.
Any links to other sites are intended as possible aids to the user and are not intended or implied that the firm sponsors, is affiliated or associated with, endorses or is legally authorized to use any any trade name, mark, logo, seal or copyrighted symbol that may be reflected in the links. Those sites are not under the control of Attorney Jeffrey J. Jinks and he is not responsible for the content on or through those sites.
The information on this site may not reflect the most current legal developments, verdicts, case law, code revisions, regulatory updates, private letter rulings or other changes in the law and is not guaranteed to be correct, complete or up to date. The information on this site should not be taken as a promise, guarantee or indication of future results or benefits.
IRS CIRCULAR 230 NOTICE. We are required by Treasury Regulations (Circular 230) to inform you that, to the extent that this communication concerns federal tax issues, this communication (including links, attachments and enclosures) was not written or intended to be used, and cannot be used, for (1) avoiding federal tax penalties, or (2) promoting, marketing, or recommending to another party any transaction or matter addressed herein.