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(West Palm Beach, Florida) December 21, 2021
Shalloway & Shalloway is pleased to announce their latest blog post on questions to ask an elder care attorney. Long-term care becomes an essential part of life for many elders, yet a lot of people aren’t even sure where to begin when it comes to that topic. To help make the process of organizing for elder care a little easier, the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway has compiled a list of questions to ask one’s elder care attorney. These include: What are the core elder law and estate planning documents I need? What are the primary risks to my financial security? Can someone with dementia sign their own documents? How do I plan for a disabled or dependent child? Are you a certified elder law specialist? Talented assistance preparing for your long-term care?
For over 30 years, Mark Shalloway and his staff of West Palm Beach elder law attorneys have helped answer the hard questions clients need answered. They speak to their clients in “plain English” so they know exactly what they are entitled to. They are passionate and dedicated to their work, leading them to do everything in their power to get clients the results they need.
“I was referred to Shalloway and Shalloway by my Corporate and Personal Attorney for 30 years,” one client says. “After meeting with Mr. Shalloway I felt very comfortable. He explained everything to me and what was needed by me. I worked with Brooke Colbert one of his Attorneys and others in his office. I would highly recommend this firm for your estate planning.”
Working with the best elder law attorneys is the best way to grant oneself peace of mind. For more information on the firm, call (561) 686-6200, fill out this contact form, or visit their offices.