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December 14, 2012 5:03 PM

Plan ahead and research veterans benefits

Veterans need to be aware of the benefits available to them and I would urge every veteran and his or her spouse make themselves aware of those benefits through research via the Internet or visiting a local veterans office. In the event you begin receiving any sort of benefits from the VA, you must ask certain relevant questions such as “Who can represent me in the event I become incapacitated to the extent that I cannot represent myself before the VA?”

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