Mark Shalloway Appears on Alzheimer’s Sunrise to Discuss Elder-Care Law

(Lake Park, FL) January 31, 2018 Elder Care Law Attorney Mark Shalloway sat down with hosts Mary Barnes and Karen Gilbert of Alzheimer’s Sunrise, airing on Legends 100.3 FM this week, to discuss the important role of an Elder Law Attorney in the life of aging seniors and caretakers to those with special needs.

In the interview, Mr. Shalloway presents a history of elder care, from the first signs of elder care need that arose in the 1960s and ‘70s, to the changes to standard American health insurance that came in the 1980s.

With these changes, Mr. Shalloway notes, elder care was not covered in the average American’s health insurance plan. For some, elder care can arise suddenly due to an unplanned incident like stroke or heart attack, but for many who have been diagnosed with a form of Dementia or Alzheimer’s, there is time to plan elder care so that the person or their loved one is financially and logistically prepared for what is to come.

Mr. Shalloway then outlines what elder care planning looks like for the average retired couple. He notes that it is more than a will and assets; an elder law attorney will help their client outline how they plan to pay for care, along with other unforeseen logistics, like children who have different ideas of what elder care will be for their parents. With an elder law attorney involved, a client’s wishes and plans will still be in the reins, regardless of any decrease in cognitive function.

Whatever a person’s budget and income, attorneys recognize that they worked hard for their money; with an elder-care law attorney, those assets remain under a client’s control.

Further, Mr. Shalloway acknowledges that it can be stressful to turn over control of a person’s finances and future to someone else, which is why the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys has a website where anyone can find attorneys who have had to prove themselves through exams and consistently ethical performance.

Mr. Shalloway also notes that Veterans organizations have created spaces for elder care law attorneys to help the elderly who courageously served the United States.

An elder care attorney knows their client’s budget, and they will ensure that each client receives the best care for the longest duration.

For more information on Mark Shalloway and his firm, Shalloway and Shalloway, please visit their site at


Cady Reporting Announces Listing in NNRC Ohio Court Reporters Directory

(Folsom, California) January 17, 2018

Cleveland court reporters, Cady Reporting Services Inc. is pleased to announce its inclusion in the Ohio court reporters directory of the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC). The new directory makes up part of the national court reporters directory of the NNRC organization, the nation’s largest membership of court reporters, legal videographers and firms offering trial support.

Charles Cady of Cady Reporting Services Inc.

Cady Reporting Services is one of the oldest court reporting firms in the nation and a standout within the Cleveland, Ohio legal community. Their services include legal videography, meeting hosting, real time reporting, document transcription and litigation support. Their inclusion in the Ohio directory broadens the company’s scope both nationally and throughout Ohio.

Cady President Charles Cady explains the significance of the publication:

We’re thrilled to be included in this prestigious directory of Ohio court reporting companies. Being listed with NNRC means we are able to accept clients for services from across the country and provide referrals to our partners in other states. Since the state of Ohio is such a large grouping of law firms through Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus and elsewhere, this inclusion gives us a leg up on our competitors. 

Cady Reporting is one of the oldest NNRC member firms and provides an array of services throughout the Midwest. Its team of stenographers and legal technicians is lauded throughout the Cleveland legal community.

For more information about Cady Reporting visit their official website at or their offices at Western Reserve Building, 1468 West 9th Street, Suite 440 in Cleveland, Ohio 44113.

For more information about NNRC, visit their official website at or their official Facebook page.