Shalloway & Shalloway Announces Page on Its Website Dedicated to “Florida Medicaid Myths”

(FEBRUARY 5, 2023) WEST PALM BEACH, FL – The elder law firm Shalloway & Shalloway, P.A. is pleased to announce an informative page on its website dedicated to debunking myths about Medicaid and making it easier for visitors to understand how the government program does and doesn’t work. One of the best West Palm Beach elder law practices, the lawyers at Shalloway & Shalloway have decades of experience helping clients qualify for Medicaid benefits as well. People who need top medicaid attorneys in west palm beach can call 561-686-6200 to schedule a free consultation with one of Shalloway & Shalloway’s lawyers. The team at Shalloway & Shalloway can help clients avoid the pitfalls along the path to qualifying for Medicaid and obtain these benefits as expeditiously as possible.

The firm added the page to its website on January 13th as it continues to raise awareness about its Medicaid planning services, among many other legal services provided to seniors in South Florida. Lead attorney Mark G. Shalloway is regarded as a leading medicaid lawyer in south florida, as well as one of the area’s top elder law attorneys. An AV-rated lawyer, Shalloway authors Medicaid and Special Needs Trusts chapters of Planning for the Elderly in Florida published by LexisNexis.  The page explores myths such as “You don’t need Medicaid if you have Medicare,” and “It’s too late to get Medicaid to pay for a nursing home if you have already been admitted.”

Serving the legal needs of seniors in Palm Beach County and the greater South Florida area for more than 30 years, Shalloway & Shalloway’s experienced and Board-certified lawyers have a passion and a track record of success in fighting for the legal rights of the elderly. They work in probate law, guardianship, estate planning, wills and trusts, veterans’ benefits, special needs trusts, asset protection, long-term care planning and other areas of concern for seniors and their families.


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