The VA Pension Program is a monthly cash benefit paid to wartime veterans who have limited or no income, and who are age 65 or older, or, if under 65, who are permanently and totally disabled. Read More.
Authored by Veterans for America. This survival guide provides legal information for servicemembers, veterans and their families. See Chapter 9, Need-Based Pension for Low-Income Veterans and Survivors, pages 145 to 157 written by National Veterans Legal Services Program, about the pension program of the military for needy veterans. Read More.
VA Pension is a benefit paid to wartime veterans who have limited or no income, and who are age 65 or older, or, if under 65, who are permanently and totally disabled. Veterans who are more seriously disabled may qualify for Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefit. Read More.
Stateside Legal: VA Disability Compensation and Disability Pension—Veteran’s Disability Compensation
Veteran’s Disability Compensation is administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs and is intended to compensate veterans for loss of quality of life and civilian employability. The VA Disability Pension is designed for wartime veterans who are 65 years old or older and meet certain income requirements, or who are considered permanently disabled from a non-service related condition. Compensation amounts are determined based upon need. Read More.
Many thanks to the Legal Aid Society of Louisville, KY for developing and contributing this forms tool. Do you hate to fill out forms? But you need to file for VA Disability or Pension. So where to turn? Here’s our latest online tool to help you prepare your form. Read More.