If you or a loved one served in the United States Armed Forces, you may be wondering who is eligibile for VA Aid and Attendance and what the asset limit is for the program. Veterans, as well as widows and widowers of Veterans, who need help with the essential activities of daily life (dressing, walking, eating, bathing, etc.) may receive the help paying for the care they need through a program of the U.S. Veterans Administration, the full name of which is called VA Non-Service Connected Pension with Aid and Attendance. VA benefits can be a great help to a loved one needing care at home or in other care settings.

If you served 90 consecutive days and at least one of them was during wartime, you could be due a monthly benefit of up to $2,295 per month, tax free! This benefit could be used for in-home care, assisted living or nursing home care. In some cases, it can even be used to pay for a child or someone else to care for you in your home.

At Nathan Ziegler & Associates, we can help you in the process of VA benefits planning. Call us today!

VA Aid and Attendance attorneys in Lubbock, TX