The United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) cares for, serves and honors America’s veterans. The VA’s “fiduciary program” provides oversight of benefits for the most vulnerable veterans—those who cannot manage their benefits on their… Read Moreabout What are VA Fiduciary Bonds?
New regulations provide support to more of the family caregivers supporting seriously injured veterans. Here are the basics—and important reminders about carefully stewarding all of the benefits veterans have earned. Giving More Family Caregivers Needed… Read Moreabout Taking Care of Veterans: Benefit Awareness
Many involved with the military are aware of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs but what exactly is the Department of Veterans Affairs fiduciary program and what are the duties of those fiduciaries? The… Read Moreabout A VA Fiduciary’s Duties
In most cases, Veterans Affairs beneficiaries are able to manage their own VA benefits. However, if a beneficiary is incapacitated by minority, injury, disease, or advanced age related reasons, the VA may conclude that that… Read Moreabout VA Beneficiary Rights
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has updated its regulations regarding oversight of VA beneficiaries and appointment and oversight of VA fiduciaries for said beneficiaries. The new regulations have made fiduciary rules consistent… Read Moreabout New VA Fiduciary Regulations Implemented
According to 38 CFR § 13.230, within 60 days of the appointment as a Veterans Affairs fiduciary, the fiduciary must purchase a surety bond conditioned upon faithfully performing the fiduciary’s duties according to Section 13.140… Read Moreabout VA Benefit Fund Protection