Shalloway & Shalloway Announces Misconceptions About Medicaid Planning Blog

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) March 21, 2019

Shalloway & Shalloway, an elder law firm in West Palm Beach, is pleased to announce their new blog post on common misconceptions about Medicaid planning in Florida. The staff regularly shares articles, news, updates, and tips on their website’s blog in order to keep their clients educated about the happenings of elder law.

Because so many people seem to have questions about Medicaid eligibility, firm president Mark Shalloway decided to drum up an easy to comprehend post debunking some misconceptions—such as whether or not you can give away a certain amount to qualify for Medicaid, or if the state will take a home if the elder is on Medicaid. By providing these answers, citizens can rest a little more easily.

“Mark Shalloway and his staff make learning about major happenings in the legal community easy for the layperson,” Brandon Bell of O’Fallon, Illinois says. “Some of these topics are vastly important, and without Shalloway breaking them down, I think a lot of people would be clueless.”

At Shalloway & Shalloway, the staff is dedicated to educating their clients. This is why, on top of the blog posts, Mark Shalloway updates the site with more in-depth newsletters and holds monthly seminars about estate planning in the Palm Beach area. These attorneys want their clients—past, present, and future—to be knowledgeable about the topics directly influencing them. They treat their clients like individuals with individualized needs, something that many attorneys neglect. They care just as much about the outcome of a case as much as their client does.

For more information on Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, fill out their contact form, or visit their office.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Advanced Weight Loss Announces New Resource Pages

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(Corpus Christi, Texas) February 5, 2019

March 5, 2019

Advanced Weight Loss, a medical weight loss clinic in Corpus Christi, Texas, is pleased to announce their new resource pages. The staff at Advanced Weight Loss is dedicated to providing their clients the with not only the necessary steps to follow in order to meet their weight loss goals—but the resources to stay on the right path. Whether a client is in need of a guide to healthy eating, easy exercises, or ways to avoid weight gain during the holidays, these new resources pages help clients keep up with their weight loss goals with a set of easy to follow steps.

For years now, Advanced Weight Loss has been the premiere center for medical weight loss in Corpus Christi. Dr. Dale Eubank found a passion for weight loss through his gynecology practice. Upon seeing the extreme fluctuations in weight many women go through due to the natural hormonal changes they undergo, Dr. Eubank also became privy to the unhealthy methods many resort to in order to stay in shape. Determined to provide men and women with a medically safe weight loss alternative, Dr. Eubank founded Advanced Weight Loss.

“Dr. Dale Eubank’s techniques really work for his clients,” Gary Jouver of Montville, Connecticut says. “So many clients report no treatment working for them until they met Dr. Eubank. After years and years of trying to no avail, having a treatment that finally works is lifechanging.”

Dr. Eubank and his staff have been commended time and time again for their dedication to their work and their stellar customer service. They want their clients to succeed as much as the clients themselves do, because your health is what is important to them.

For more information on Advanced Weight Loss, call (361) 906-1112, email info@araresearch.com, or visit their offices.

5920 Saratoga Boulevard, Suite 110B, Corpus Christi, Texas 78414

The Sophia News Announces New Contemporary Art Profile Series

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(New York, New York) February 26, 2019

The Sophia News, an advertiser-free journal of the arts and philanthropy, is pleased to announce its new series of contemporary art profiles. The series will discuss the happenings of leading contemporary art galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Miami, and other art capitals of the world. The focus will include featured profiles and interviews with artists, gallery directors, and museum directors. Currently, the series includes articles such as interviews with Andy Warhol Museum director, Patrick Moore, and Corbett vs. Dempsey co-founder, John Corbett.

Patrick Moore, Andy Warhol Museum Director.

The Sophia News Publisher, George Magalios, explains the origin of this new series:

“Contemporary art is a leading cultural indicator— both at the edge of culture and at its center. Our series is a way to explore the many rich and fascinating linkages between philanthropy, creativity, and new artists. The Sophia News has a mission to bring to light contemporary culture’s vanguard. Ours is a readership that embraces the relationships between philosophy, giving, and cultural production.”

Though many may not realize the truth, when it comes to the winding world of culture, contemporary art plays a major role. We see trends in contemporary art reflected in movies, music, and even politics– and rightfully so, art mirrors it right back. With such an important aspect of culture resting on the shoulders of contemporary art, it is no wonder The Sophia News has decided to make it a focus of the publication.

The publication focuses on three key elements illustrated by a subheading on the journal’s webpage: philanthropy, creativity, and wisdom. Using these key words as a guide, The Sophia News covers topics such as Power Philanthropists within the philanthropy community, stories of celebrities giving back to their communities, and everyday heroes we can all relate to. The publication reviews music events, ballet and theater productions, and of course, exhibitions put forth by a number of galleries across the world. When readers turn to The Sophia News, they are leaving with a cultural experience.

For more information about The Sophia News, visit sophianews.com, their official Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or call (877) 825-9020.

Tempest Reporting Announces New Video Deposition FAQ

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(Salt Lake City, Utah) February 7, 2019

Salt Lake City court reporting firm, Tempest Reporting, is pleased to announce their brand new page on frequently asked questions about video depositions. Some clients may be unsure about the semantics of the video deposition process. These questions and answers help clarify some common concerns attorneys and paralegals may have, such as how the tapes are used in trial, if they can be used in place of live testimony, if deposition videographers are certified, how they should prepare their witnesses, and what exactly deposition synchronizing is. This useful resource can help attorneys and paralegals decide if video depositions are a good fit for their case.

The talented staff at Tempest Reporting are all about providing their clients with the best resources the world of litigation has to offer. Whether it simply be a set of frequently asked questions, or their online, mobile-friendly booking engine, each service is intricately crafted with their client’s needs in mind. It is that desire to provide clients with the best of the best that inspired firm president, Ariel Mumma, to open the court reporting firm in the first place.

“Mumma’s dedication to her clients really shows through the quality of service her staff puts forward,” Brandon Bell, a legal expert from Illinois, says. “There are few court reporting firms that go the extra mile like the staff at Tempest Reporting do. They are really something special.”

With Tempest Reporting, clients can be confident that their needs are heard, are valid, and are in good hands with these Salt Lake City court reporters.

For more information on Tempest Reporting and their services, call (801) 521-2222, email ariel@reporting.com, or visit their Salt Lake City Offices.

175 South Main Street #710, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Hanna & Hanna Announces Legal Video Specialists

(Houston, Texas) January 30, 2019

Hanna & Hanna Certified Court Reporters and Video Specialists in Houston, Texas, are pleased to announce their certified legal video specialists. These Houston court reporters are known for their devotion and speed, and their video specialists are just as talented. Their videography professionals are highly skilled and efficient, and provide their clients with the latest equipment in the industry. Attorneys don’t have to worry about whether or not their video service will deliver—every single time, Hanna & Hanna has their video synched with the transcript when they need it.

“These days, videography is getting to be more and more important in the courtroom,” Brandon Bell, a legal expert in Illinois, says. “It can be useful during a trial, but also following the trial when attorneys are trying to gather more information. Incorporating videography into a court reporting firm is a smart business move.”

In Houston, Hanna & Hanna is a household name. For over 25 years, Hanna & Hanna has served the Houston area with the utmost efficacy and accuracy making them widely sought out by attorneys and paralegals all over. They offer their clients a number of court reporting services, as well as a variety of court reporting professionals that can fulfill an individual’s needs. They exceed expectations and rise to challenges. They treat every client not only with respect, but like an individual. No case is too big, or too small.

For more information on Hanna & Hanna, call (713) 840-8484, email info@hannareporting.com, or visit their offices.

8582 Katy Freeway, Suite 105, Houston, Texas 77024

 

Advanced Wellness and Rejuvenation Announces CoolSculpting vs SculpSure Page

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(Corpus Christi, Texas) January 17, 2019

Advanced Wellness and Rejuvenation in Corpus Christi, Texas, is pleased to announce a new page on their website. The page discusses two body sculpting alternatives—CoolSculpting, which is achieved by freezing fat cells, and SculpSure, which is achieved with a laser—and the differences between the two. With this page, patients can learn more about the procedures and make an informed decision about which is right for their body image goals, but there is a clear distinction between the two: SculpSure is the faster, discomfort-free alternative, and it is quickly becoming the top body contouring procedure in the United States.

SculpSure is just one of the many services offered by the professionals at Advanced Wellness and Rejuvenation. Dr. Dale Eubank, a Texas native, moved into the weight loss and body image business after fully realizing the obesity epidemic in this country. He saw men and women alike resort to dangerous diet alternatives, and realized he could do something to help them reach that best version of themselves.

Patients of all creeds and desires can come to Advanced Wellness & Rejuvenation and leave totally satisfied. Do you have stubborn weight that you simply can’t seem to lose? Dr. Eubank can help you. Are your fluctuating hormones causing you a number of undesirable symptoms? Advanced Wellness has a treatment for that. Is the skin on your face not what it used to be? The staff can help you with a facial rejuvenation treatment. No matter what the client’s needs are, Advanced Wellness’ quality professionals truly want their clients to reach their goals.

“Dr. Eubank’s methods work for his clients,” Pavel Nmi Usalko of Covington, Kentucky says, “but more than that, his clients feel supported. The staff at Advanced Wellness & Rejuvenation is rooting for them. That support makes a difference in their outcomes.”

For more information on Advanced Weight Loss and their services, call (361) 906-1112, email info@araresearch.com, or visit their offices.

5920 Saratoga Boulevard, Suite 110B, Corpus Christi, Texas 78414

Mark Shalloway, West Palm Beach Elder Law Attorney, Announces Attendance at National Business Institute Seminar

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) January 16, 2019

Mark Shalloway, elder law attorney in West Palm Beach, is pleased to announce his attendance at a National Business Institute Seminar. This particular seminar revolved around the ins and outs of probate. Shalloway served as a speaker at the event, where he educated attorneys about this branch—and others—of elder law. This is not the first time the National Business Institute called upon Shalloway for a seminar—last June, he spoke at an event focused on special needs trusts.

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As one of the top estate planning attorneys in Palm Beach, these seminars are right up Shalloway’s alley. Mark Shalloway is the president of the elder law firm under his name—Shalloway & Shalloway. Shalloway and his staff cover a number of areas of practice that are encompassed under the name of elder law, such as Medicaid protection, veterans’ benefits, and guardianship.

For over 25 years, the firm has been one of the most trusted in South Florida. They aren’t focused on numbers like other attorneys—what the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway really want is to provide their clients with the results and respect they deserve.

 

Recently my wife and I had to take care of a will and insurance issue for her mom,” one client, Frank K. says, “…We visited Mark Shalloway and his group. They were excellent, kind, bright and very patient with us. We would recommend them for all elder care needs… Life worrying about your elder parents is not easy, but you helped us tremendously.”

For more information on the firm, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Cady Reporting Announces New Resources Page

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(Cleveland, Ohio) January 9, 2019

Cady Reporting is pleased to announce a new section on their website, a “Resources” page. The section was designed to act as a key resource for attorneys and paralegals wanting to know more about the world of court reporting. The section is divided into four pages: a court reporter FAQ, tips for a successful deposition, a checklist for scheduling a deposition, and the types of technologies court reporting firms use today.

Each page divulges insightful information about the field that a reader may not have otherwise know. The helpful resource allows attorneys to make their court reporter’s and their own lives easier through a better understanding of the staff they’re hiring.

From the beginning, it was Cady Reporting’s goal to make the lives of their clients easier. For forty years now, Cady Reporting’s Cleveland court reporters have served their area with unparalleled devotion. Their staff truly cares about meeting their clients’ needs, and have tailored their services around industry changes. Their adaptability keeps them thriving in today’s age of the internet.

There is a clear difference between Cady Reporting and other court reporting firms,” Brandon Bell of Illinois says. “They pride themselves on being a family-owned and operated location, and it shows. The work they do is incredible, but it’s the care and attention they pay to their clients that separates them from the rest. It’s like we’re all a part of the family.”

To learn more about Cady Reporting and their talented staff, email cadystaff@cadyreporting.com, call (216) 861-9270, or visit their offices.

Western Reserve Building, 1468 West 9th Street, Suite 440

NNRC Announces New Member: Great Lakes Shorthand Reporters

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce a new member in their national line up of court reporters: Great Lakes Shorthand Reporters in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The court reporting firm will serve as the Grand Rapids’ area main court reporting resource—a major hub for the legal community in the state of Michigan.

To be accepted as a member of the NNRC, these firms undergo an intense vetting process that assures their quality, as the NNRC does not want to provide their clients with court reporting professionals who cannot deliver quality results. A potential member of the NNRC must have timely reporters whose transcripts are highly accurate and whose work is highly effective. It is this exclusivity that makes being a member of the NNRC such a high honor—the court reporting company is recognized across the world for being a top-tier legal resource.

The NNRC makes finding a legal professional I can trust absolutely painless,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “Before, you have to sift through reviews and websites to find a court reporter that might be good. With the NNRC, you can be confident that no matter who you book, their service will be of the highest quality.”

Scheduling a service has never been easier. You can call, as one traditionally would do, or email, but for those on the go, they can use the NNRC’s mobile-friendly booking engine to schedule a service. Simply fill in information about the case, yourself, and press submit. It’s so easy, it can be done on your phone at the grocery store.

To learn more about the NNRC and their services, call (866) 337-6672, email debbed@nnrc.com, or visit their website.

Mark Shalloway Presents Alzheimer’s Awareness Proclamation

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(West Palm Beach, Florida) December 11, 2018

Mark Shalloway—owner of West Palm Beach elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway— served as the presenter for the proclamation that declared November Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.  Shalloway presented the achievement alongside Mary M. Barnes, President and CEO of Alzheimer’s Community Care (ACC). This declaration was put in place in order to strive for greater awareness and education for the disease that causes monumental difficulties for not only thousands across Palm Beach County, but millions across the world.

Along with the proclamation, the members of Alzheimer’s Community Care pledged to the County Commissioners to preserve the wellbeing and advocate each of the individuals and families effected by the disease. For those in one of ACC’s specialized care and service centers, the staff at ACC pledge to continue keeping these elders’ lives happy and stimulated. The organization also vow to continue donating 92 cents for every dollar raised. Compared to many charitable organizations, this is a massive percentage of their funds.

Mark Shalloway’s long history of practice in the field of elder law, as well as the steps he takes to keep the community well-informed and protected from elder abuse makes role in the Proclamation Day perfectly placed.  For over 25 years, Shalloway and his elder law firm have served the West Palm Beach area through helping clients secure their Medicaid protection, veteran benefits, special needs trusts, and more.

“Mark Shalloway and his staff care more about the numbers they crunch or the amount of cases they book,” Brandon Bell of St. Louis Missouri says. “They care about the people, their problems, and finding them a solution.”

To learn more about Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401