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Veteran's benefits may help pay for long term care

Living with Honor: Veteran’s Benefits May Help Pay for Long Term Care

Certain eligibility requirements, such as a valid discharge, at least one day of service during a war time period, and 90 days of consecutive active duty are needed to qualify for a Veteran’s pension benefit. Benefits can be available for Veterans who are age 65+ or disabled.

Using a knowledgeable consultant who is an accredited VA attorney, can shorten the VA’s decision window and give you the guidance for meeting the asset and income test. The attorneys at Strohschein Law Group can counsel you about qualifying for these benefits, minimizing or avoiding taxes, family disputes, and Medicaid penalties.

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Gather the following information, schedule a 15-minute phone consultation, and discuss criteria with Linda Strohschein, your VA-Accredited attorney.

Service Criteria

  • One day of active duty during a war time period
  • 90 days of consecutive active duty
  • Dates of Service
  • Proof of discharge

Vital Statistics

  • Age or birthdate
  • Disability concerns


  • Total monthly gross income such as Social Security, pension, annuities
  • Approximate total assets such as bank accounts, stocks, bonds, insurance


  • Are you currently receiving care such as home care, assisted living, or skilled nursing?
  • Other medical expenses may include medical insurance premiums, doctor bills, and prescriptions

Schedule your Free 15-Minute Phone Consultation

  • Let us know who referred you!

For assistance with veterans benefits to help with your long-term care needs, contact a certified elder law attorney(*), such as Linda Strohschein and her team at Strohschein Law Group.  To set up an appointment, contact Strohschein Law Group at 630-377-3241.

This information provided by Strohschein Law Group is general in nature and is not intended to be legal advice, nor does it constitute a legal relationship.  Please consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.

(*) The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and the CELA designation is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois

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