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The newest release for the ElderLaw Portfolio Series updates portfolio number 14, Veteran’s benefits for the elderly. This portfolio covers a veteran’s eligibility for benefits as well as the claims process, and practicing before the VA. The release also adds a new portfolio to the series, number 14A: Practical aspects of veterans aid and attendance benefit and housebound benefit laws and procedures. This portfolio “provides practice guidance pertaining to the applications for A & A pension for veterans and widows or widowers of wartime veterans.”  This, and other titles, can be borrowed for two weeks. And don’t forget to check out our webpage on veterans.

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