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When one thinks of a court reporter, they generally imagine someone sitting behind a type-writer, transcribing the events of a horrible criminal case or civil suit. These interpretations are not incorrect, but there are so many more instances that a good court reporter is absolutely necessary to a case. There’s entertainment, sport, environmental, and any other number of law type, but something that is often forgotten about is elder law.
Elder law attorneys cover a wide range of issues for their clients, including, but not limited to, health care, long-term planning, social-security, wills, and protection against elder abuse. A professional and efficient court reporter is essential to the success of an elder law case, and the proper care of someone’s most loved family members.
Mark Shalloway, a Lawyer for the People
Mark Shalloway is the face of elder law in Palm Beach, Florida, and was recently rated as one of the three best estate planning lawyers in West Palm Beach. In an area so densely populated with an elder community, Shalloway’s services are constantly needed. For 25 years, Shalloway’s firm, Shalloway & Shalloway, has ensured elders and their assets are properly taken care in a respectful manner. He holds a number of elder law certifications, as well as memberships to elder law committees across the nation dedicated to creating the best elder law attorneys.
Clientele refer to the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway as professional, kind, and even life-altering. It is the firm’s duty to take one of the most difficult aspects of life and make it as painless and seamless a transition as possible. Mark Shalloway makes it his personal mission to not only provide his clients with any resources they need, but to teach the public about the importance of elder care and financial stability. Several times a year, Shalloway offers virtual public seminars involving estate planning and other important aspects of elder law.
Elder law is a rewarding field for any court reporter to be a part of. To learn more, contact Shalloway & Shalloway at (561) 686-6200, or visit their website.