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This guy needs home care . All involved agree. His fiduciary will not pay my wages. what to do?

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So get a written contract from him, for the hours called for. Submit the time sheets to her, with his signature on them authorizing the pay and keep a copy for your records and the VA. Just follow the rules and you will get paid
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The way reg. Office explained is the vet and or family can pick someone if they have avail person ....could even be a family member. If dont have there are agencies to use. I had to and pass a general interview type thing with a social worler and bos Dr. But basically ....he approached me. His Dr.s asked me to help him .....so i am .the fiduciary says shes not paying a cent until he gets an increase on his benefits. My understanding is he wont get an inctease until they see hes been paying it regularly.
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Sorry, Pam's response makes me wonder how this is set up, are you employed by the VA or are you hired directly by the person you are caring for?
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VA wants to see a written care contract and weekly documentation of hours. Those hours must conform with the recommendations on the Form 21-2680 (Aid & Attendance application)
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Take it to small claims court. I hope you have a contract and can prove you are actually owed money, the more documentation you have the better.
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