Veterans Benefits

Veterans Benefits

Veterans Benefits are perhaps the most misunderstood and underutilized resources available to millions of veterans and their families.  While it is commonly known that certain benefits are available for the brave men and women who served in our armed forces, many veterans (and their families) are unaware that they could be eligible for a wide range of benefits through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs even if they did not directly retire from the military or suffer injuries in the line of duty.

At Rowe Law Firm, we specialize in helping veterans and their widows qualify for the Veterans Aid and Attendance Program.  Veterans, their spouses and widows may be eligible for a monthly tax free benefit if he or she needs assistance with at least two activities of daily living and the cost of this care exceeds his or monthly income.  A detailed individual analysis must be done to determine eligibility.  Please do not hesitate to contact our office for a complimentary initial consultation to discuss and analyze your eligibility.  

Veterans Benefits offered to eligible beneficiaries include: 

  • Veterans Pension:  If you were a wartime veteran over the age of 65, or are permanently and totally disabled, and you have limited income, then you may qualify for the Veteran's Monthly pension. 
  • Veterans Aid and Attendance Program:  If you were a wartime veteran or the widow of a wartime veteran and you need assistance either from another person or facility, then you may qualify for a monthly benefit under the Aid and Attendance Program in addition to the Veteran's Monthly pension. 
  • Burial and Memorial:  In exchange for the service that Veterans have selflessly given to the United States, the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense provide several memorial and burial services for eligible active-duty, Reserve, Guard, retired and veteran members.  All Veterans and military family members should be aware of the memorial benefits offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs before they are actually needed. 
  • Death Pension: The VA Death Pension is a benefit paid to eligible dependents of deceased wartime veterans.


Attorney Amanda M. Rowe assists clients throughout the Dallas County area, including but not limited to Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, Arlington, Richardson, Garland, Addison, Plano, Mesquite, Rowlett, Carrollton, Sachse, Dallas County, Collin County, Tarrant County, and Denton County, TX

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