(West Palm Beach, Florida) November 20, 2018
The Sophia Group is pleased to announce a new division of business: strategic partnership for professional associations. The company knows just how important online marketing is, and wants to better educate businesses on how to get involved. With this partnership, businesses will be able to expand their already existing clientele to heights that, at one point, may have seemed difficult to grasp.
President George Magalios describes these strategic partnerships and their benefits in a way that seems almost impossible or business owners to pass up:
Our strategic partnerships create added value to members of professional associations by providing free consulting and reduced rates on our multimedia public relations and marketing packages. We are thrilled to offer a special arrangement as an exclusive vendor to these great organizations. The end result is added income to the organization and valuable benefits to their members that help them stand out among their competition.”
Current, worldwide Sophia Group clientele include weight loss clinics, medispas, treatment centers, and plastic surgery professional associations like the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Through the utilization of Sophia Group branches Mediasophia, Legalsophia, Beautysophia, and SophiaLux, clients can watch their businesses’ names gain repute online—which grows increasingly important as we dive deeper and deeper into the age of the internet. Satisfied clients rave about the garnered results from their partnership with The Sophia Group.
For more information about how The Sophia Group can change the face of your business forever, and for the better, call (877) 825-9020, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit thesophiagroup.com.
Credit: Community Home Health Care
(West Palm Beach, Florida) November 8, 2018
The experienced elder law attorneys at Shalloway & Shalloway are pleased to announce that vulnerable, Florida adults are now protected by law against exploitation. In March of 2018, Florida governor Rick Scott signed a bill that provides the ride to file an injunction for the protection against exploitation of a vulnerable adult—namely, those under the care of a guardian. The bill is especially prevalent in the state of Florida, where a court-appointed guardianship program is in place to ensure the support of adults in need of support due to age, mental illness, or disability.
Exploitation of the elder community is a serious problem not only in Florida, but across the United States. Firm owner and operator, Mark Shalloway, posted this informative blog entiry to help shed light on the situation, and to help family members learn more about court intervention. This could prevent an exploitive guardian from contacting the abused elder, freeze the assets sent to that exploitive guardian, and provide protection (such as restraining order) to the guardian.
Another way to protect senior loved ones is to have a dedicated elder law attorney at hand. The professionals at Shalloway & Shalloway have been serving the elder community for nearly 30 years. Figuring out a loved one’s will, their Medicaid benefits, guardianship, and so much more is difficult and exhausting. Shalloway & Shalloway’s staff is here to make that transition as easy as possible.
To learn more about elder law and Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, go to shalloway.com, or visit their offices.
1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401