I just today learned about A&A and have some questions. I am the fiduciary for my room mate. I have been his fiduciary for about 3yr. He is rated at 100% andhas been for over 20 years due to PTSD. The last year he has been diagnosed with a few forms of mylasias and his VA doctor has given him morphine for it. He is basically housebound and I stay at home with him all the time. I cook, clean and take care of his finances. I can not leave him alone so I can not work. If I applied for the A&A would this be for him to pay me for the time I spend taking care of him? Also, he and his wife are seperated. She lives in another state and he recieves monies for her and their adult disabled son. He sends her money every month. This next question is not about A&A but maybe someone knows about this. I think his wife went and filed for divorce and the veteran might not know. I certainly do not know and I am responsiblefor his money. If the VA finds out that sh did in fact divorce him would he have to pay back the money sent to him for being married and would they take this all at once or a littleout of each check at a time? He is in total fear that she has done this and that he will be left with NO money until that is paid back. Could I just tell the VA they they are now divorced and to stop sending the money or will they want divorce papers? This whole situation has the veteran scared to death. Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks!