The designation of an individual appointed to receive veteran's benefits for anyone ruled incompetent to administer their own benefits. After initiating a request, the VA administration conducts a field examination to approve the fiduciary to assist the beneficiary in managing benefits.
VA Fiduciary Articles
What Is a Professional Fiduciary?
When friends or family members are unwilling or unable to take responsibility for an elder's legal, financial and health decisions, a professional fiduciary can ensure that their affairs are taken care of.7 Comments
When POA Isn’t Enough: Other Forms Needed to Act on a Loved One’s Behalf
Power of attorney documents allow caregivers to advocate for elderly loved ones, but some institutions require additional documentation. See what specific permissions you’ll need to access personal information and make vital decisions.18 Comments
Applying for Veterans Benefits: 5 Tips for Caregivers and Spouses
Whether you’re looking to help an aging loved one apply for veterans benefits and/or manage their payments and VA health care, the following tips are crucial to successfully navigating the VA system.69 Comments
VA Fiduciary Questions
Where do I find a professional Fiduciary in the Blaine, Washington State? All of my godmother's family live in Canada.3 Answers
I have DPOA, what can I do about VA wanting to assign a fiduciary?3 Answers
How do I get a hold of the VA fiduciary?0 Answers
VA spousal support- can Fidicuary who is daughter and takes care of VA spouse get paid out of support money?2 Answers
VA Fiduciary Discussions
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