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What are considered assets?: Aid and Attendance Benefit FAQ
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What are considered assets?: Aid and Attendance Benefit FAQ

In order to qualify financially for the veteran’s Aid and Attendance pension benefit, a veteran or surviving spouse (or the both of them) need to have assets less than roughly $80,000 to their name(s). Note that the $80,000 figure is a rough estimate and there can be instances when this value is higher. Because there…

How does the Fiduciary Process work?: Aid and Attendance Benefit FAQ
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How does the Fiduciary Process work?: Aid and Attendance Benefit FAQ

Question: How does the fiduciary process work for the Aid and Attendance veterans benefit? First and foremost, the Fiduciary and applicant (the veteran and/or veteran’s spouse) do not start the Fiduciary process until the VA has ruled the applicant needs to appoint a Fiduciary to manage the Aid and Attendance application. Even if the veteran is…