Credit: New Perspective Senior Living
(West Palm Beach, Florida) September 24, 2019
West Palm Beach elder law attorney Mark Shalloway is pleased to announce his latest newsletter on the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act and Age Discrimination. Mark Shalloway and his staff at Shalloway & Shalloway regularly post newsletters on a variety of changes and important topics surrounding elder law, so that his clients are up to date with the latest trends. It is just one of the many ways that the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway gives back to their community.
This newsletter discusses how the Age Discrimination Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) is used, and what exceptions for the rules there are. According to the newsletter, there are a number of instances where elderly Americans faced discrimination, such as on the basis of disability pay. The Older Workers Benefit Protection Act of 1990 was developed to protect these people. To learn more about the exceptions and how the rules are enforced, read the newsletter.
For 30 years, Mark Shalloway has been dedicated to not only serving the Palm Beach community with the best attorney services in the nation, but to educating the elder community and their families on estate planning, wills and trusts, and a variety of other topics surrounding the area of practice. Through free seminars in the Palm Beach area, to the JAG corps, and even classes at Stetson University, Shalloway hopes to build a brighter future for his clients.
And his clients notice that dedication. Time and time again, reviews of Shalloway and his staff’s care illustrate what clients have come to know as the Shalloway difference.
“I found Shalloway & Shalloway, specifically Elder Law Attorney Mark Shalloway, very thorough in handling a family matter,” one client says. “They gave me great peace of mind. I was confident that my estate would be handled properly. The Shalloway staff are very pleasant people to deal with. As a veteran, I was very impressed with Mr. Shalloway’s credentials as an Accredited V. A. Attorney.”
For more information on Mark Shalloway and his firm, call (561) 686-6200, fill out this contact form, or visit their office.