Medicaid & VA Benefit
Whether it is Medicaid for long-term care or the Veterans Improved Pension, financial assistance with health for the elderly can benefit families greatly. However, applying for government assistance can be tedious and tricky. Determine what kind of help best suits your situation, and let Seamon Law Offices help you navigate the process.
Medicaid for Long-Term Care
If you or a loved one has a current or imminent need for care in a nursing home, you need a thorough analysis of your estate to determine what actions should be taken to protect and preserve as many of your assets as possible. The details of each case can vary, and it is important to have your case evaluated as soon as possible. Applying for and understanding Medicaid can be a long and stressful process during an already difficult time in life. We are happy to help find as limited or as comprehensive of a plan you need to protect your assets.
VA Improved Pension (Aid & Attendance)
At Seamon Law Offices, we are honored to work with veterans and their spouses, widows, and dependents to obtain the Veterans' Improved Pension, also known as the Non-Service Connected Disability Pension or informally, "Aid & Attendance". Generally, a veteran must have at least 90 days of active duty service with at least one day during a wartime period to qualify for the VA Pension for himself or his family members. In addition to meeting the service requirements, the veteran must be 65 years or older and permanently disabled, receive assistance with activities of daily living, and have unreimbursed medical expenses.