JANUARY 3, 2023 (WEST PALM BEACH) — Shalloway & Shalloway, P.A., one of the leading firms for elder law in the State of Florida, is pleased to announce a new page on its website to educate visitors about spousal refusal of support. This concept, unique to New York and Florida, allows the spouse of someone with a severe disability to refuse to pay for the spouse’s care in order to qualify for Medicaid. Considered among the best elder law attorneys in west palm beach, Shalloway & Shalloway has a decades-old reputation for success and integrity and has established itself as the standard bearer in the field of elder law.
Shalloway & Shalloway, a West Palm Beach law firm founded in 1992 by G. Mark Shalloway, Esq. and his father, the late C. Michael Shalloway, has dedicated its practice to protecting seniors and helping them live out their final years in comfort and dignity. The firm’s medicaid planning lawyers in palm beach help seniors qualify for benefits while preserving their assets.
Shalloway & Shalloway’s new page on spousal refusal of support, published on December 22nd, provides facts and helpful information for readers about this complicated topic. To learn more about the subject, people can call Shalloway & Shalloway’s office at 561-686-6200 and ask to speak with one of the firm’s lawyers.
Shalloway & Shalloway’s seasoned attorneys provide legal representation and advice in the areas of guardianship, probate administration, estate planning, special needs planning, wills and trusts, asset protection, long-term care and more.
Co-founder and lead partner G. Mark Shalloway, Esq. has received numerous accolades and awards during his career, while also serving in different roles and holding different titles. A current Fellow and past President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), Mr. Shalloway has also served as chair of the NAELA Advanced Educational Institute in Colorado. An accredited Veteran’s Administration Attorney, Mr. Shalloway also focuses his practices on Special Needs Trusts and planning. In 2007, Shalloway was honored with the Child Advocacy pro-Bono Award from the Palm Beach County Legal Aid Society. He served as Attorney on the Florida’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Council, Palm Beach District under both Gov. Lawton Chiles and Gov. Jeb Bush.
Visit https://www.shalloway.com to learn more about this leading West Palm Beach practice that advocates for the elderly, and fights for the rights of the disabled and those with special needs. Call 561-686-6200 to schedule a consultation. The practice’s office is located at 1400 Centrepark Blvd. Suite #600 in West Palm Beach, nearby the Palm Beach County Convention Center.