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Vet’s Benefit Formulas May Be Changing. And Vets Are Confused!

As I mentioned in my last blog, my Dad was a World War II veteran. He mostly kept his memories to himself. But, on the rare occasions he opened up, he conveyed a sense of trauma and horror that remains

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It’s Taking Too Long For Our Veterans to Get The Benefits They Deserve!

Nothing makes me angrier than to see veterans suffering while the government dithers about their benefits. And my interest is very personal. My Dad, who recently passed away, was a World War II veteran. He didn’t speak very often about

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Invitation to a Very Special Veteran’s Benefits Program

Veteran’s Benefits Program   You are cordially invited to a rare opportunity to an update on how we can assist our senior veterans and their surviving spouses with the honor and dignity they deserve. Topics to be covered: Income and asset

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Medicaid Planning For Non-Traditional Couples

Medicaid planning can be a bad dream for any couple. But if you’re part of a gay or lesbian couple, it can be a genuine nightmare! The process of applying for Medicaid is actually one of the most dangerous parts

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Estate Planning For Non-Traditional Couples: Part 2

Same-sex partners get old, like everybody else. Like everybody else, they can also get sick as they age. And, eventually – like everybody else – they pass on. But – unlike – everybody else – they may require special types

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Thinking About States Where Gay Marriage Is Legal? Look Before You Leap!

There are now six states where same-sex couples can get married – New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Iowa (along with Washington, D.C.). Because of these seven locales, along with recent polls indicating a dramatic change in Americans’

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There Are Other Veteran’s Benefits

Aid and Attendance offers up to nearly $2000 per month to a veteran who has long term care needs and costs associated with this care. A surviving spouse can be entitled to a benefit of up to approximately $1000.  For

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