In what every surviving spouse should know about veterans benefits a step by step guidebook for the surviving spouses advocate raleigh elder law attorney and expert speaker mary markovich explores what benefits are available to a surviving spouse and offers practical ideas examples and explanations for both attorney and non attorney advocates helping surviving spouses receive the . What every surviving spouse should know about veterans benefits a step by step guidebook for the surviving spouses advocate provides a riveting journey by walking the reader through the quagmire of applying and receiving surviving spouse benefits and gives the instructions and examples needed to understand and apply the topics discussed. The basic monthly rate of dic is 1340 for an eligible surviving spouse the rate is increased for each dependent child and also if the surviving spouse is housebound or in need of aid and attendance va also adds a transitional benefit of 332 to the surviving spouses monthly dic if there are children under age 18 the amount is based on a family unit not individual children an allowance of 332 a month is also available if the person receiving dic needs aid and attendance. Program provides lifetime benefits ranging from about 1280 a month to 2940 a month to eligible surviving spouses depending on the deceased veterans pay grade the provided benefits are equally significant for the veteran as well as their families the veterans who are thinking about being a part of the battlefield want to have a surety that
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