Veterans Benefits

Miorini Law is limiting its practice for Veterans benefits for non-service benefits such as pension or Aids and Attendance benefits for low-income veterans and their spouse.

The non-service-connected benefits available for veterans who have received an honorable discharge and are 65 years old or older and their spouse is called pension or Aids and Attendance benefits.

VA pension benefits can make a big difference in the ability of the veteran or widow or widower to afford basic costs of living, in-home caregivers in order to be able to stay at home, or to afford to live in an assisted living facility of his or her choice. Planning for eligibility for veterans pension benefits is similar to, but in some instances less complicated than the intricate planning often necessary for Medicaid eligibility. 

NOTE:  The Veterans Administration requires attorneys and other veterans benefits counselors to receive official accreditation in order to advise and represent veterans before the VA.  Attorney Yahne Miorini, founder of Miorini Law PLLC, has received the required VA accreditation.

For further information, please call Miorini Law, PLLC at (703) 448-6121 or send an email to