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You served when we needed you . . .

Because you served our country during a period of war, you have earned special recognition and benefits. The VA Aid and Attendance Pension is designed to re-pay you and your family for the sacrifices you made when we needed you most. Whether you served in WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, or the current Gulf War, you have earned our respect for the time and dedication away from family and friends.

If you are 65 or older, a veteran of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Merchant Marines, or Coast Guard, and you served at least one day during a period of war (you did not have to be in combat) and received any discharge other than dishonorable, you may be eligible for funds to help pay for long-term care expenses at home or in a care community.

To learn more, explore additional details here on our web site or call us at 615-497-8604. There is no cost or obligation to speak to one of our trained consultants.


Eligibility is based upon dates of service, discharge status, and need for care. Basically these are:

Wartime Veteran - must have served one day during a period of war with at least 90 days of active duty

Must have received any discharge status other than dishonorable.

Must now need the assistance of another individual to assist you with at least one activity of daily living*.


If you meet the eligibility requirements, you must then meet the qualification standards.

These standards are based upon income, the cost of care that is needed, and the amount of savings and investments that you have accumulated. There is no set standard for qualification. Each case must be evaluated on its own to determine whether or not a veteran or spouse will qualify.

Let us help you

We understand the eligibility and qualification standards that must be met in order to obtain this benefit. Our goal is to educate you and your family so that you understand what steps need to be taken in order to qualify for this pension. Our recommendations are based upon proven methods of applying legal and financial planning that will not only help you through this process, but also help you understand the entire spectrum of long-term care planning.

For example, if Mom’s first foray into the long-term healthcare arena is at the assisted living level of care, it is unlikely that she will remain at that level of care for the balance of her life. What happens when she needs nursing care? What benefits are available to help pay for care without her spending down all of her hard earned assets or forfeiting her house to pay for care?. We can help you plan now and plan ahead.

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