VETERANS & THEIR FAMILIES
Are You Ready To Be Totally Protected?
If you are, then the Wilson + Miller team in Little Rock can help. Our clients who have served in our armed forces during wartime are entitled to benefits that often go unclaimed. At our law firm in Little Rock, our attorneys are well-versed in the estate planning for veterans and their families.
Veterans come to us because they want to take full advantage of the benefits they have earned. Often, they want to avoid:
- Probate court
- The cost of home health care and nursing home care
- Inheritance being lost to divorce and lawsuits
- Losing assets if a spouse remarries
- Hard-earned assets being wasted by immature heirs
Solutions From Wilson + Miller
As VA Certified attorneys, we know how to protect you and the people that matter to you from all the items above and more.
There are programs available for veterans that have served in wartime that can provide valuable benefits to the veteran and to the veteran’s spouse. Those programs are not well known, and the benefits often go unclaimed. We developed a unique Three Step Process that makes certain those benefits are available to our veteran clients. The process also ensures that other issues that are important to the veteran are identified and implemented. This process from our team is proven to work and it will give you the protection and peace of mind you want.
If you watched the video, then you know our first job is to get to know you and build a relationship with you so we can begin to understand what is important to you. By getting to know you, we learn the risks that keep you awake at night, and then our team is able to design and implement planning solutions unique to those risks. Our solutions are time-tested and proven to work. They usually will include:
Veterans Need Special Protection
Because they have risked their lives to protect our way of life, Arkansas veterans are entitled to special protection. So are their families. Long deployments, combat injuries, and the emotional stress of combat can be life-changing for the veteran, the veteran’s spouse, and other family members. The government recognizes this contribution and has created pension benefits and other programs designed to protect and assist veterans and their families and provide them with financial assistance. One of those programs is the Veterans Aid & Attendance Program, which can help cover the cost of home health care and nursing home care for the veteran and the veteran’s spouse. However, the bureaucracy doesn’t always work. Sometimes intervention is required, and that’s where our VA Certified attorneys come in.