|VSD-021-Non-Veteran Signature Certification for DVS-40
|Explanation of Why Veteran is Unable to Sign DVS 40 Application
|If veteran is deceased, a copy of veteran’s death certificate is required. If spouse applying under Plan A, documentation that verifies the explanation is required.
|Care Expense Statement
|VSO Appointment Checklist
|The checklist will help you gather the information you will need for filing a fully developed Compensation, Pension, Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) and Survivors Pension Claims.
|Clients filing for benefits on behalf of veterans, veteran spouses and or their dependents must show an Original Power of Attorney indicating they have legal authority over the person in question. The Power of Attorney must be notarized and contain information that clearly states who is allowed to make decisions related to their veteran benefits.
|Claim for Disabled Veterans' Property Tax Exemption (BOE-261-G (P1) REV. 31 (05-21))
|Article XIII of the California Constitution, section 4(a), and Revenue and Taxation Code section 205.5 provide an exemption for property which constitutes the home of a veteran, or the home of the unmarried surviving spouse of a veteran, who, because of injury or disease incurred in military service, is blind in both eyes, has lost the use of two or more limbs, or is totally disabled. There are two exemption levels - a basic exemption and one for low-income household claimants, both of which are adjusted annually for inflation*. The exemption does not apply to direct levies or special taxes. Once granted, the Basic Exemption remains in effect without annual filing until terminated. Annual filing is required for any year in which a Low-Income Exemption is claimed.
|Totally disabled means that the United States Veterans Administration or the military service from which discharged has rated the disability at 100 percent or has rated the disability compensation at 100 percent by reason of being unable to secure or follow a substantially gainful occupation.