What is a VA fiduciary?
A is someone who manages money or property for someone else. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) appoints VA fiduciaries to manage veterans’ benefits for people who can’t manage the funds themselves.
A VA fiduciary can only manage the benefit checks from the VA. If the person receiving the benefits has other money or property that he or she cannot manage, a VA fiduciary must have legal authority from another source to manage them.
For more information on VA fiduciaries, read this on managing someone else’s money.