(West Palm Beach) June 20, 2018
Shalloway & Shalloway are pleased to announce the presentation of speech by Mark Shalloway at a recent seminar hosted by the National Business Institute. The speech focused on special needs trusts and the financial implications for families. Mr. Shalloway, the President of Shalloway & Shalloway, spoke about the relationship between allowable expenses and tax consequences for beneficiaries. His talk included insight into benefits preservations and Able Act accounts.
Shalloway & Shalloway is a West Palm Beach, Florida law firm offering counsel on areas of practice ranging from special needs and elder care to wills and trusts. The firm counts many notable individuals across South Florida as clients and offers a variety of pro bono educational seminars open to the public without costs. Mr. Shalloway is a prominent member of the legal community in the area and is a popular speaker at seminars across the nation.
The issue of special needs and elder care is one that encompasses everything from financial and tax concerns to the emotional and practical aspects of caring for loved ones who can no longer care for themselves. The costs of care for those with special needs or the elderly continue to skyrocket across the nation. For many families, it is imperative to plan ahead with financial foresight and tax considerations. Mr. Shalloway and his team of attorneys are experts in these issues as they concern all aspects of care, including a knowledge of state and federal tax regulations.
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