(West Palm Beach, Florida) May 6, 2020
Leading West Palm Beach elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway, is pleased to announce their latest back of seminars on all things elder law and special needs care. Every month, firm President Mark Shalloway hosts free seminars for the people of Palm Beach County to learn about this important area of practice. Due to the current global health crisis, however, these seminars can no longer occur in the lecture halls they once did. Instead of cancelling the events all together, Shalloway has organized a way for the event to still take place on a monthly basis as they usually do. By utilizing Facebook Live, these seminars become webinars, and are now safe for speakers and attendees alike.
For this month, the Facebook Live seminars are the 12, 13, and 14 of May from two to four PM. Guests can learn about protecting their assets, qualifying for Medicaid, long-term care, and much more all from the comfort of their home. To reserve a spot in Shalloway’s insightful, free seminar, call 888-366-0062 at any time.
For 30 years, Shalloway & Shalloway has served the Palm Beach area as more than just your average law firm. The staff treats their clients not as numbers or ends to a mean– each client is an individual with unique needs that need to be addressed in specialized manners. In a time of one’s life that is difficult, the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway does everything in their power to make the lives of their clients easier.
“My family and I are forever grateful to Shalloway & Shalloway,” one client says. “Their expertise and guidance helped us navigate through a very difficult time, which ultimately provided stability with our situation. If I could give 10 stars, I would.”
Providing education to the public is something Mark Shalloway has always been passionate about. With his in-depth understanding of the field and client needs, his seminars prove to be invaluable resources to all who attend.
For more information on Mark Shalloway and his firm, call 561-686-6200, or fill out this contact form.