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This is an experience millions of Americans go through every single year—from taking care of the life and assets of a spouse, a parent, or a sibling. It is difficult to organize and properly handle these things on one’s own, but getting the necessary help from a qualified attorney can be just as difficult. In such a trying time, it is crucial to not only have an attorney that can deliver the desired results, but understands what their client is going through and will do everything in their power to ensure their client is happy.
In West Palm Beach, Florida, those in need of this sort of service know the only attorney to turn to is Mark Shalloway at Shalloway & Shalloway, P.A. The firm co-founder and President has been working to ensure the elder, special needs, and veteran communities of South Florida receive the proper treatment and respect they deserve since 1989. For those looking for help with their elder loved one, Mark Shalloway is among not only one of the best in the state, but the nation. Shalloway is a member of the first class of 135 certified elder law attorneys.
|Mark Shalloway and his staff|
Mark Shalloway is more than just a lawyer trying to make ends meet—it is clear from his actions that he truly cares about the elder community. Shalloway makes an effort to be an active voice of elders—from serving as founding chairman of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Elder Law Committee, to acting as President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).
“Mark Shalloway is a special attorney,” Brandon Bell, an expert from O’Fallon, Illinois says. He is absolutely dedicated to not only his work, but the people he works for.”
Clients rave time and time again about how Mark Shalloway and his brilliant staff of elder law attorneys have made monumental, positive influences on the lives of their loved ones, and their own lives. From giving clients “great peace of mind” to turning a situation from “desperate to hopeful,” Shalloway and his staff impress. They are knowledgeable, friendly, helpful, and dedicated. It doesn’t matter whether or not a client needs massive help with a Medicaid problem, or simply to have their will finalized—the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway treat each client with the same level of respect and dignity. No case is too big or small.
For more information about Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, fill out their contact form, or visit their office.