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(West Palm Beach, Florida) February 20, 2019
Mark Shalloway— president of Palm Beach elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway—is pleased to announce a new post on the law firm’s website. Mark Shalloway and his dedicated staff of elder law attorneys use the site’s blog and newsletter functions to keep their clients updated with the latest in the fields surrounding elder law. Shalloway’s most recent post is on new updates surrounding Florida’s Special Needs Trust Law.
As per a previous piece, recent changes to the federal law now make it so individuals with disabilities can establish their own trusts (a “first person trust”) rather than having someone set it up on their behalf. A new bill, however, makes it easier for trustees to change the terms of the trust. This means they could rewrite the terms of the trust, which may (or may not) be a good thing.
No matter what happens under the changes of the law, the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway will be there for their clients. For 30 years now, Mark Shalloway and his elder law attorneys have provided help to clients on cases big and small. During such a trying time in one’s life, it is crucial they have an attorney behind them that is passionate about their needs. The staff at Shalloway & Shalloway are those professionals.
“It really makes a difference when clients can tell their attorney wants the best for them,” Brandon Bell, a legal consultant in Oak Park, Illinois, says. “In such a trying time in one’s life, it is crucial they feel supported. Mark Shalloway and his staff provide clients with that support they crave, as well as the results they need.”
For more information on Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, fill out their contact form, or visit their offices.