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This program was recorded on January 16, 2019
It’s easy to feel lost among all the government-issued programs and benefits out there. In this presentation, Scott Stewart, an Elder Law Attorney in San Diego, CA will help you navigate the programs designed to help veterans, and their spouses, pay for care. We’ll take an even closer look into the VA’s Aid & Attendance program – which provides tax-free income and free medications to qualifying veterans. You’ll learn all the aspects of this program, including who qualifies and what it takes to qualify. This presentation is not only for veterans, but also for anyone who works with and/or helps a veteran, or simply wants to learn more.
Richard Scott Stewart
Scott has concentrated his law practice on solving the legal problems affecting the California senior population. These problems include Medi-Cal benefit law, estate planning, and asset protection and retention. Scott Stewart graduated from California Western School of Law in 1995. He is a member of the California Bar Association, San Diego County Bar Association, California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is the incoming co-chair of the San Diego County Bar Association Elder Law section. He has appeared as a regular guest on the Lawyer in Blue Jeans radio show. He conducts regular seminars and workshops on elder law topics in Southern California for caregiver support groups including the Southern Caregiver Resource Association; the Parkinson’s Disease Association; the George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers; and the Alzheimer’s Association. He has also taught classes on Medi-Cal eligibility to discharge planners, nurses, and social workers at Sharp, Scripps, and Pomerado Hospitals as well as various in-home care providers, including LivHome. He has also presented to Elder Law Students at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and will be on Channel 10 (KGTV) news in February 2006. His practice is devoted to estate planning, asset protection and retention, and elder law issues, including Medi-Cal benefit law. In this capacity, he typically helps seniors qualify for Medi-Cal benefits while preserving their assets for themselves or their loved ones. He currently represents clients throughout the state of California.
2 General Credits
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- What is Elder Law?
- How do you pay for long-term care?
- What are Veteran’s Benefits?
- What is the Aid and Attendance Program?