Texas Disabled Veteran
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- Disabled veteran exemption
- Download disabled veteran exemption form
Disabled Veteran Exemption
A Texas homeowner qualifies for a county appraisal district disabled veteran exemption if:
- A Texas homeowner is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces and their service branch or the Veteran's Administration has officially classified them as disabled. The disability must be service related.
- A Texas homeowner is the surviving spouse or child of a deceased veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces and the veteran's service branch or the Veteran's Administration had officially classified the veteran as disabled before his/her death. The disability must have been service related. If a Texas homeowner is a surviving spouse, they must not have remarried. If they are a surviving child, they must be under 18 years old and their disabled parent's spouse must not have survived their disabled parent.
- A Texas homeowner is the surviving spouse or child of a person who died while on active duty with the U.S. Armed Forces. If they are a surviving child, they must be under 18 years old.
Download Disabled Veteran Exemption form.
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