How To Augment Veterans Benefits With Aid & Attendance Pension
William Brown is accredited to prepare, present and prosecute claims for veteran’s benefits
On January 14, 2011, William Brown received his accreditation from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C. He has the ability to prepare, present and prosecute claims for veteran’s benefits before the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
William Brown can help you receive Aid and Attendance pension
William also works with Minnesota financial planners and counselors to enroll veterans and/or their spouses in the Aid and Attendance pension program. The American Association for Wartime Veterans (AAWV) provides essential information on the program. If you are a veteran with one dependent you could be eligible to receive $23,388 annually.
William Brown preserves assets while applying for the pension
Most of the people WL Brown Law Office helps are World War II veterans, who preserve their assets while applying for the pension. To get a better understanding of the war, William and his wife visited Pearl Harbor in Oahu, Hawaii in January 2012. He visited the U.S.S. Bowfin — a Balao-class submarine commissioned on May 1, 1943 and used in the Pacific.
Our veterans defended our country & we defend your pension
William and his wife also visited the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial. The memorial is a floating monument to the men that lost their lives on December 7, 1941. He also toured the battleship, U.S.S. Missouri which was commissioned in 1944 and last saw action in Operation Desert Storm. William and his wife stood on the spot where the Empire of Japan surrendered to the allies on September 2, 1945.
William Brown wants to answer your Veterans Benefit questions
The pension may be available to the men, women and spouses of Pearl Harbor, WWII and subsequent United States wars. Please contact WL Brown Law Office to help you understand this veteran benefit pension.