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(West Palm Beach, Florida) May 28, 2020

Mark Shalloway, President of West Palm Beach elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway, is pleased to announce the latest dates for his Facebook Live seminar series. For years now, Mark Shalloway has hosted monthly seminars that go over the unique areas of practice surrounding elder law– including estate planning, probate, Medicaid, and so much more. These free seminars serve to educate the public on these topics so that they can make informed decisions about the needs of themselves and their loved ones when hiring an elder law attorney.

In the month of June, these free seminars will occur on June 9, 10, and 11 from two to four PM via Facebook Live. As long as one has an internet connection, they can listen to the wisdom Mark Shalloway has to give. To reserve a spot, call the automated line (888) 366-0062. Attending the seminar even has added benefits– those who attend are entitled to one free, private virtual estate planning session.

“I had a family legal situation that needed to be taken care by a lawyer,” one client says. “I met with Mr. Mark Shalloway who immediately put me at ease and explained the law pertaining to my situation in a manner that made it easy for me to understand. His recommendations resolved my situation.”

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For 30 years now, Mark Shalloway and his dedicated staff  at Shalloway and Shalloway have formed a reputation commitment to their clients that is unparalleled by other firms. Shalloway treats his clients with the care and respect they deserve in a difficult time. At Shalloway & Shalloway, the clients’ needs always comes first.

For more information on Shalloway & Shalloway, call 561-686-6200, or fill out this contact form.

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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.

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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.

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“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.

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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 mail@shalloway.com or visit Shalloway.com.

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(West Palm Beach, FL) January 7, 2020

Mark Shalloway, owner and president of West Palm Beach elder law firm Shalloway & Shalloway, is pleased to announce the firm’s nomination in the Palm Beach Post’s “BEST OF Palm Beach County.” Shalloway & Shalloway was voted one of the top five senior law firms in the area by the publication, and is now in the thick the final round of voting, which is determined by the people. Loyal Palm Beach Post readers have the chance to place their ballots and decide which businesses are the “BEST OF” Palm Beach County over their respective categories.

Winners of the coveted “BEST OF Palm Beach County Title” are celebrated at a red carpet gala and featured in a special print (and online) edition of The Palm Beach Post. Voting is open until January 10. To vote for Shalloway & Shalloway, visit The Palm Beach Post website.

For over 30 years, the dedicated staff at Shalloway & Shalloway have proved their worth to clients across south Florida. Mark Shalloway and his elder law attorneys offer their services to a wide variety of areas of practice. They work diligently to get the special needs trusts their clients need. They ensure their clients estate planning runs smoothly. No matter what a client needs, the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway do everything in their power to deliver.

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“Our experience with Shalloway & Shalloway P.A. is amazing. They turned literally our life around from desperate to hopeful,” one client says. “They are very professional, efficient and fast working. They are all extremely friendly and helpful. We had the feeling when we entered their office that they are just working for us…”

For more information on Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, fill out their contact form, or visit their office. To vote, visit the Palm Beach Post website between December 22 and January 10.

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) August 22, 2019

Mark Shalloway is pleased to announce his feature as one of the Top Three Estate Planning Lawyers in West Palm Beach. Three Best Rated is one of the best resources across the United States for people looking for just about any type of service by city or county. Three Best Rated uses a 50-point inspection to determine a businesses’ history of quality based of everything from trust to cost, and makes their rankings accordingly.

After 30 years of serving the Palm Beach area with the utmost dedication, it is no wonder Mark Shalloway was chosen as one of the top three estate planning lawyers. Shalloway and his staff offer a wide variety of services—from living wills to revocable trusts—to fit the needs of their diverse group of clients. Veterans, elderly, and families of people with special needs all come to Shalloway & Shalloway to be treated with the dignity and respect they deserve to be treated with.

“It seems that in West Palm Beach, there really isn’t a better option for elder law than Mark Shalloway and his people at Shalloway & Shalloway,” Jasel Patel, expert and CEO of NGOTechnologies says. “Good attorneys are important, certainly, but attorneys who truly care about their clients and the outcome of their clients’ case are the best attorneys, and that is the sort of treatment clients can expect from Shalloway & Shalloway.”

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And that standard of business is exactly what clients receive from Shalloway’s dedicated staff. Time and time again, clients rave about the professional, hardworking staff who work long hours to hopefully turn lives from “desperate to hopeful.” The staff at Shalloway & Shalloway aren’t in the business for the money—they do what they do to change lives for the better.

For more information on the elder law firm, call (561) 686-6200, fill out this contact form, or visit their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

The media gives lawyers a bad, and frankly unfair, reputation. They are often portrayed as manipulative, spineless creatures who do whatever they can to make another buck—even if that means entirely skewing a case. Most people are aware that media representation isn’t always the most accurate, yet the stigma surrounding attorneys seems to persist nationwide.

A Life-Changing Man

Mark Shalloway

Out of the many elder law attorneys in West Palm Beach, one seems to be breaking from that mold. Mark Shalloway, the owner of Shalloway & Shalloway, is well known for his kind demeanor, his dedication to his work, and the respectful manner in which he treats his clients. Past and present clientele have raved about not only his quality of work, but how that work has immensely improved their lives.

They turned literally our life around from desperate to hopeful,” one woman says. “They are very professional, efficient and fast working. They are all extremely friendly and helpful. We had the feeling when we entered their office that they are just working for us.”

For over 25 years, Mark Shalloway has served the Palm Beach area as a top elder law attorney. The field is not only an end to a mean, but a passion for Shalloway. He is one of the first certified elder law attorneys in the nation. Over the course of his career, he has served as a member, chairman, and president of a number of elder law committees. He is a founding chairperson of the Palm Beach County Bar, and served as the President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), to name two of his many titles.

More than an Attorney

But he is more than just a dedicated legal professional—he is an educator as well. Mark Shalloway has taught classes on elder law and estate planning at both Stetson University and Palm Beach State University. Frequently, Shalloway posts updates about the field of elder law, as well as tips on estate planning, on his website. These easy to digest blog posts keep his clientele informed, so they can make the best decisions regarding their own well-being and livelihood.

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His most recent work, however, is also his most charitable. Shalloway and staff members at his firm host free seminars on estate planning around the Palm Beach area twice a month. The seminars are designed to not only educate the general public on an important life event, but to bridge the gap between an intimidating lawyer and a professional who truly wants to make a difference in their client’s life.

Clients of Mark Shalloway and his firm know that the representation lawyers have been given cannot be entirely true. Their cases have fallen into the hands of a kind man who does what he can to make their lives easier. In such a tumultuous time in their lives, this is invaluable.

For more information on Mark Shalloway and his firm, visit their website, their Facebook page, or their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

With an aging population and a society more and more separated from it’s roots, Americans are facing a crisis in elder care. In the state of Florida, one of the oldest states in per capita age populations, the importance and urgency of elder care is a major social issue.

Finding the Right Attorney

Attorneys such as Mark Shalloway of Shalloway & Shalloway, play integral roles within communities and families in search of safe, legal, and loving transitions when it comes to questions surrounding estates, retirement planning, assisted living and other issues associated with elder care and aging loved ones.

It is estimated that Florida is home to more than 12 million people over the age of 60 or 60% of the state’s 20 million populace. This is a huge number and the strains, both financially and economically, being placed on families can be considerable. The right elder care attorney can manage the transition of your elder loved ones form independent to assisted living while also over-seeing estates, wills and trusts in the process.

Mark Shalloway on Florida’s Unique Elderly Population

Mark Shalloway explains some of the intricacies involved for adults looking to care for their elderly parents:

Florida is a unique place in the country with its older demographics. The stresses many people faces in terms of legalities and financial questions for caring for their parents often become un-manageable. These stresses often put people in precarious financial positions and compromise the well-being of their loved ones. A good attorney will guide you through the process of managing insurance questions and handling all financial considerations. The importance of this counsel cannot be over-stated as it relieves both emotional and financial burdens. In short, hiring an elder care attorney is both a sound financial and practical move. 

When you are a child you never imagine having to care for your parents. As you get older and achieve middle age, perhaps at the age of 40, you begin to see how age influences the physical and psychological abilities of your parents to be themselves. You become the caregiver and your beloved mother and father rely on you, if you are fortunate to have them. This is where caring for them and planning ahead becomes part of your loving legacy to your family.