In order to express our gratitude and appreciation to all of the healthcare workers and first responders helping our communities, we want to extend a discount to each of them and their families on any estate planning services to help them protect and care for their own loved ones.

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Veterans Planning in Troy, MI

U.S. Department of Veterans Accredited Estate Planning Lawyers

If you’re a veteran of any branch of the United States military, there are special considerations involved in your estate planning. The lawyers at BRMM can help identify those that apply to you and provide assistance and guidance with all of your estate planning needs.

Our skilled estate planning attorneys serving in Troy, Oakland County, and surrounding areas are accredited with the United States Department of Veterans and are knowledgeable in the intricacies of estate planning, asset transfer, and Medicaid. We also can assess eligibility for a tax-free benefit, which is available for veterans or a surviving spouse who qualify.

If you are a veteran, you need a lawyer who knows how the law applies to you. Contact us today at (248) 213-9514.

The Aid & Attendance Program

For most veterans, the idea of collecting a pension benefit from the military does not seem like a real possibility, unless you have suffered a service-connected disability. However, there is a veteran’s pension benefit program available to all veterans and their families, which is available to pay for un-reimbursed home health and medical expenses and the un-reimbursed cost of assisted living.

This program is called the Aid and Attendance Program and does not require a service-connected disability. Our knowledgeable lawyers can help determine whether you qualify and lay out the steps needed to receive your pension.

Your loved one may qualify for benefits if:

  • They need assistance with grooming
  • They have a prosthetic or orthopedic appliance
  • They cannot feed themselves without assistance
  • They have a physical disability
  • They require assistance on a regular basis for their health and safety

We Offer Legal Advice to All Members of the Military

It doesn’t matter how long you’ve served in the military or which branch you served, we will expertly guide you through the process to ensure you and your loved ones are taken care of today and into the future.

Contact BRMM today to get started.

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