We live in an unprecedented time right now. With non-essential businesses closing (or at the very least, limiting their hours) across the world, we are seeing first-hand how businesses adapt to keep their office doors open virtually. This extends from eye-glass companies all the way to legal professionals.
Attorneys everywhere are hunkering down in their home offices to complete case work. In West Palm Beach, Florida, where public health concerns are rising and many local governments are ordering that non-essential businesses close shop, this is the case for each and every worker with Shalloway & Shalloway. Just because the employees are forced to leave their offices, however, does not mean that they are unavailable to speak with clients.
In order to meet the needs of their clients, Shalloway & Shalloway is available for consultations via phone or video call during normal business hours. Whether a client is hoping to get in contact with their attorney, a paralegal, or support staff, they can reach the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway with an easy phone call. These calls can be scheduled online, or via phone call.
During times such as these, it is more important now than ever to have one’s legal documents in order. These elder and special needs attorneys specialize in a variety of areas of practice that clients will likely need. No matter one’s age, asset protection trusts, health care proxy, and Medicaid planning are majorly important. For the senior population, living trusts, power of attorney, health care proxy, and last will & testaments are crucial. All and more of these subjects can be taken care of with the diligent staff at Shalloway & Shalloway. Initial consultations are free, because these attorneys want nothing more than to serve the community and make a positive impact on others.
“Now more than ever, it is important to have your legal and financial obligations secure and under control,” President Mark Shalloway says.
The people of South Florida are the driving force behind the professionals at Shalloway & Shalloway. With the world as it is, community is even more important than many may have previously realized. Though social distancing is key to health and safety, Shalloway & Shalloway urges everyone to check on their neighbors– especially the elderly or those with special needs. Make sure they have supplies and food, and offer to stop at stores for them if need be.
Make sure to follow the protocols put forth by the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. The sooner we all step back to do something, the sooner we will get past this. Remember to stay healthy, stay safe, and stay positive.
To set up a telephone or videoconference consultation, call (561-686-6200),email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Shalloway.com.