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(West Palm Beach, Florida) October 8, 2019
Mark Shalloway is pleased to announce a new page on his site, “Can a Structured Settlement Help My Special Needs Planning?” The page outlines a few important bullet points that allow one to use a structured settlement to the benefit of their special needs planning. This includes: “What is a structured settlement?”, “How structured settlements can benefit your special needs planning,” “Drawbacks to structured settlements,” and “Planning for Need-Based Eligibility.” In just a few paragraphs, clients can have a better understanding of what it means to use a structured settlement to help special needs planning.
While Mark Shalloway and his staff at Shalloway & Shalloway are primarily known for their elder law work, the West Palm Beach firm takes on a variety of areas of practice—from Medicaid protection, to guardianship, to special needs planning/trusts, and much more. The staff is dedicated to improving the lives of others by treating them with the respect they deserve while getting them the results they need, to live life comfortably.
“I found Shalloway & Shalloway, specifically Elder Law Attorney Mark Shalloway, very thorough in handling a family matter,” a former 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.”
But Mark Shalloway takes his desire to help to another level. To make informed decisions on the needs of one’s family, it is crucial they be educated on the field. In order to supplement that education, Mark Shalloway and his staff produce regular newsletters and informative blog posts to keep everyone up to speed on the changes in the world of elder law.
For more in-depth information, clients in the Palm Beach area can attend Mark Shalloway’s monthly seminars on estate planning. They are free to the public and jam-packed with quality information
For more on Mark Shalloway and his firm call (561) 686-6200, fill out this contact form, or visit their offices.