Shalloway & Shalloway Open for Full Business by Phone & Video Calls for Free Initial strategy sessions, Ongoing representation, and Document reviews & signings
Call 561-686-6200, email email@example.com, or visit shalloway.com
Dear Clients, Friends, and Colleagues:
Although all non-essential businesses are closing, we will remain open to speak by phone or video-conference for free initial consultations, and to serve our clients and the community. All of our attorneys, paralegals, and support staff will be available, and our phones will be covered during normal business hours.
Call 561-686-6200, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit Shalloway.com.
We will continue to diligently work on our client matters throughout this period of time. If you would like to schedule a consultation with the firm, please contact us. We can set it up as a phone call or video call. Remember, we are here to help you and will continue to schedule consultations, which can be conducted by telephone or through video conferencing.
In a crisis such as this, having the time now and ability to do Medicaid planning, and getting your important documents in place (such as an Asset Protection Trust, Living Trust, Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, Last Will and Testament, etc.) is extremely important. In addition, Florida documents can be notarized using audio-video technology.
Estate, elder law and long-term care and special needs planning provide control and certainty during these challenging times. Now more than ever, it is important to have your legal and financial obligations secure and under control. Please feel free to call us with just questions or to set up an appointment.
In keeping with our commitment to community education and preparedness, we are designing some interesting and informative virtual seminars and podcasts. We hope that this will perhaps provide some diversion and education for our clients and the community during this time. Go to Shalloway.com to register for these virtual live streaming programs.
PLEASE check in with your neighbors, especially the elderly and those with special needs during this time of increased solitude. Make sure they have supplies and food. To those already isolated, social distancing can be devastating. Our common goal is to remain healthy and defeat the spread of this virus.
It is important to remain optimistic and to follow the current protocols put forth by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. We wish you and your families the best of health. If you have questions or need information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone and we will get through this together.
Mark Shalloway &
Team Shalloway & Shalloway