Our veterans have selflessly served this country, and deserve to receive excellent treatment in return for that service.  Even though the Veterans Administration pledges to provide timely and accessible service, they are not your strongest ally when it comes to Estate Planning. Many veterans and their surviving spouses may not be receiving an important benefit that they are entitled.


What is the maximum monthly benefit for the improved pension program?
Will the Veterans Administration try to recover against excluded assets such as home or car after death if benefits are received?
Is the surviving spouse of a wartime Veteran (not dishonorably discharged) sometimes eligible for such Veterans benefits?

VA Benefit planning seems to be continually under attack.  In addition to the questions stated above, changes in rules and regulations make the process very difficult without someone on your side who is an expert in this type of Estate Planning.  Accredited by the VA, Michael B. Cohen and his expert team can help guide veterans, surviving spouses, and family members by preparing applications, planning, and providing legal counsel and advice on Veterans pension benefits (including the Aid and Attendance Allowance) planning.  Let our trusted attorneys answer all of your concerns and help you with your future benefits and financial security.


Our firm is home to assist individuals and families in their estate planning needs, whether it be preparation and filing claims or trusts for VA Aid and Attendance and Pension or other elder law and estate planning needs. To plan your estate whether it be for VA benefits planning or otherwise, or if you’ve been named executor of an estate or trustee in Dallas or surrounding areas, please call us at  (214) 720-0102 today.  You can also email jennifer@dallaselderlawyer.com to set up a consultation.  Our firm serves the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and we would be happy to set up a consultation to help you determine what amount of estate planning is right for you and your family.