Shalloway & Shalloway Announces Considerations When Naming a Guardian in Your Will

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) October 13, 2021

Shalloway & Shalloway is pleased to announce their latest post on considerations to have when naming a guardian in one’s will. The post lays out important details that one should keep in mind when choosing a potential guardian for one’s children in the unlikely event that they pass. When making a will, one should consider not only important details about their children, but about the guardian in question. The post also illustrates why one should consider their legal options on top of these other details. To learn more, visit the Shalloway & Shalloway website and give the post a read.

Clients and curious readers alike can find a plethora of essential information on the Shalloway & Shalloway website. On top of details about the area of practice and the dedicated staff behind the firm, readers can find information about crucial changes in the world of elder law, as well as important topics they should know while planning for their future.

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For firm president Mark Shalloway, education is one of the most important parts of doing anything in the world of elder law. There are so many confusing terms, intricacies, and benefits to consider that it is easy to get overwhelmed. As a result, Shalloway is proud to offer these client resources, as well as a monthly free, virtual seminar series that discusses the topics surrounding elder law.

For more information on the firm and its services, call 561-686-6200, or fill out this contact form.

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