Mark Shalloway is more than just a lawyer based out of Palm Beach. He has established deep roots in the world of elder-law with over 25 years of experience in the field. He was one of the first Elder Law Attorneys to be certified by the National Elder Law Foundation, and has served on a number of committees focused on the importance of Elder Law, such as the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Elder Law Committee and the Florida Bar Elder Law section Medicaid Committee. Shalloway is a lawyer, certainly, but he is dedicated to offering the elder community the treatment and respect they deserve.
A Firm on a Mission
Mark Shalloway’s firm, Shalloway & Shalloway, was founded with this ideal as the foundation of their work. With hardworking and dedicated professionals, the lawyers at Shalloway and Shalloway get the results families need, while treating them with respect and care, details some forget in the competitive grind.
“They literally turned our life around from desperate to hopeful,” one reviewer says. “They are very professional, efficient, and fast working. They are all extremely friendly and helpful. We had a feeling when we entered their office that they are just working for us.”
The Shalloway & Shalloway website provides a number of resources for those seeking specific help for the many needs surrounding elders, including Alzheimer’s and dementia assistance, disability, hospice care, medicaid, and more. Each of these sections link to a foundation or nonprofit that may be able to offer clients the assistance they need. The page can be found under the “Firm Overview—Resources” tab. Mark Shalloway himself runs a small blog on the website that is designed to keep clients and law professionals up to date with changes in the field, as well as tips on choosing an elder-care facility, how to streamline an estate, and much more.
The Importance of Court Reporters in Elder Law
Shalloway & Shalloway, P.A. is an example of the versatility of court reporters. When one thinks of the uses of court reporters, they generally think of a criminal or civil rights case, but that is not the end of the road for this useful practice. Court reporters are used in court, certainly, but they are also used in deposition or even interview settings. Court reporters are there to offer the most accurate account of what happened and what was said between a law professional, their client, and perhaps an opposing party. In a field where negligence, manipulation, and abuse of elders is rampant, a good court reporter is essential to ensure justice runs its course.
To contact Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their website.