Mark Shalloway, President of Shalloway & Shalloway, P.A., is forging the way in South Florida when it comes to elder care law. Offering a variety of services to seniors and their families, Mark Shalloway and his firm are helping people understand their financial options when it comes to estate and financial planning later on in life.
In a recent article by The Sophia News, Shalloway said over 71% of Americans have not planned for their long-term care after retirement.
“A major part of my mission as an elder and special needs care attorney is educating the public on their options on everything from health insurance to tax liabilities. My firm is deeply committed to philanthropy within our community and to helping the families of military personnel plan for their lives once their careers reach a culmination.”
Many times, families come forward with questions on how to provide long-term care for their elderly parents or spouses. When these family members fall ill or are subject to an injury from which it’s difficult for them to recovery, it can add to an already stressful question of, “What next?” Shalloway’s firm is sensitive to this dilemma.
Mark Shalloway’s goal is to help families through these stressful times. He and his firm can help determine if you need long-term care, medicaid, and even veterans benefits. If you have an existing trust, they will help you manage it and make the best decisions for the future of your family.
They also assist with families who are planning ahead for the future. From life and healthcare planning to estate planning, Mark Shalloway is able to help you decide what will work best for your parents or spouse.
Attorneys in search of Ohio court reporters just landed a new online resource to make their lives easier with the publication of the new Ohio court reporters directory by the National Network Reporting Company. The NNRC is the nation’s largest online directory of court reporters featuring member firms from across North America and Europe.
The Ohio directory features firms from Cleveland, Dayton, Columbus, Akron, Cincinnatti and cities in between. It includes an index of direct links to members in Ohio, organized by city, an online booking engine to schedule a service via email, information on the litigation support, videography and other services provided by member firms, and many other features, each of which is mobile-friendly so paralegals and lawyers on the go can book services from their smartphones or tablets.
Ohio’s legal community is one of the more respected and intimate in the United States thanks to the state’s combination of traditional business ethics coupled with its ethos that prioritizes new technologies as varied as digital live streaming and ultra-high speed wifi.
For NNRC, the Ohio directory of court reporting firms is part of the organization’s expansion as one of the largest legal associations of its kind anywhere in the world. The NNRC website is both a directory of its member reporters, whose coverage is both national and global, as well as an online resource offering information on legal news, the latest cases impacting attorneys in all areas of practice, and insight into new technologies within the court reporting industry.
With today’s high pressure environment and hyper-speed work flow, attorneys and law firms in Atlanta or Seattle are often in need of last-minute help with depositions or meetings in Cleveland or Columbus. By booking a service directly through the NNRC booking engine, last-minute needs are fulfilled on time.
For more information visit the official NNRC home page at nnrc.com, the official NNRC Facebook page or stop by the NNRC national headquarters at 950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150 in Folsom, California 95630. You can also reach NNRC by phone at 866.337.6672.
Palm Beach elder care attorneys Shalloway & Shalloway are changing the way law firms advocate for their clients in a number of ways ranging from educational and philanthropic programs to providing new publications online.
Proprietor and lead attorney Mark Shalloway is among the most active within the legal community of Palm Beach County. With his involvement in free seminars and classes he demonstrates a commitment to helping others, whether they are Judge Advocate Generals in the United States Military or the families who care for their elderly in West Palm Beach.
Noted Elder Care Attorneys in the Palm Beaches
The Shalloway firm’s website provides free publications and notices of area events and legal news that is geared towards informing both attorneys and lay persons. One recent example is a press release highlighting Alzheimer’s Disease awareness. Titled “PALM BEACH COUNTY PROCLAMATION DECLARING NOVEMBER PUBLIC AWARENESS MONTH TO ALZHEIMER’S COMMUNITY CARE” the press release includes information on Alzheimer’s Community Care, a non-profit that is celebrating 20 years in Palm Beach County.
Special Needs Advisory Coalition Summit and JAG Seminar
Many law firms and attorneys offer free advice, publications and other resources as part of their mission. This tradition of giving also helps a firm or a laywer expand his/her client base in a very powerful way. What separates the Shalloway and Shalloway team from most firms however is the range and expertise behind their advocacy and philanthropy.
The result is both a community and populace more educated on the critical issues of elder and special needs care.
The line separating thriving from surviving can sometimes be a very small one. For Beovich, Walter & Friend (BWF), the Portland, Oregon court reporters, thriving means staying ahead of the technology and competition curve. This manifests itself in small and subtle ways, from expanding a website to encompass mobile-friendly bookings to developing a strong social media presence and adapting new wi-fi technologies for faster Internet connections in conference rooms.
Court Reporting Services for Portland, Oregon’s BWF Reporters
The BWF Reporting list of services is impressive:
real time court reporting
online document storage
BWF is celebrated among its clientele for providing state-of-the-art facilities and expert personalized service, regardless of the case type. Whether a real estate law transaction or a deposition in personal injury law, the BWF team stays ahead of its competition in the Pacific Northwest and the nation by offering a level of experience and precision unmatched in the industry.
Within the Pacific Northwest, BWF provides a full range of services and technological enhancements that vary from a mobile-booking engine on its site to the latest technologies in wi-fi communications and ultra high-definition monitors for tele-conferencing. The BWF Mobile Booking engine allows for last-minute service bookings on any device (smartphone, laptop or tablet) 24/7 and 365 days per year.
The company’s Portland legal news blog is a publication designed to offer insight and information within the legal community across the state of Oregon.
This forward-thinking philosophy along with the experience of being in business over 30 years has built a strong client base for Portland’s most prominent and highly-reputed firm.
Court reporting is one of those niche industries in the legal profession not many people think about until they need one. For attorneys court reporters are an indispensable part of building a successful case, regardless of the area of practice.
Because court reporting is part of a legal industry that prioritizes the formal and conservative over the risk-taking and the forward-thinking when it comes to many business practices it is common to find the reporting industry far behind many others when it comes to technological advancements and usage.
Cady Reporting are Cleveland court reporters who reject that slow and steady trope when it comes to their ability to maximize technology for their success. The word “technology” can mean many things to many people, from a new smartphone to a new medication. For court reporting, technologies as varied as high speed wi fi and mobile-ready websites play an integral part in a company’s success.
Cady Reporting is a firm that has blended their technological savvy with traditional values to carve out a special dominant position within the Cleveland, Ohio local marketplace. Since they are also a member of the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) court reporters directory, Cady Reporting maintains a national presence. This ability to work locally and nationally with attorneys and law firms makes Cady’s mobile booking engine and online repositories two of the most prominent technical advancements in the company’s repertoire.
President Chuck Cady elaborates:
“We work hard to stay at the digital and technological forefront, whether that means thinking outside the box on Facebook or maintaining a dazzling website where attorneys and professionals can book services from their smartphones 24/7.”
This emphasis on adaptability and mobility has been a big factor in the company’s success. Since most court reporting firms are small operations, usually between 3 and 10 employees, their resources are limited and often they fail to maintain even the basics of a professional business presence. Just look at some of their websites, for example!
For Cady Reporting, the ability to maintain very personal ties and provide personalized service to each client with the latest technologies in videography, conference rooms and reporting equipment makes for a dominant position within the industry and serves as a textbook success story for all in the legal professions.
Every attorney understand the importance of a winning team. Whether you are looking for an expert witness, a court reporter or a paralegal, the many moving parts of building a case require faith in the expertise of your legal staff.
The Directory of Choice for Court Reporting Firms
When it comes to court reporters, picking the right company or lone practitioner for a case is not always so obvious, particularly for attorneys who need to travel across the state or the nation.
Our team has researched the top court reporter directories online in an effort to provide our readers with a comprehensive review of their options. The winner, hands down, is the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC). Their court reporter directory is searchable in a number of ways and includes a number of superb legal resources ranging from a blog on legal news to an Areas of Practice section for various types of legal professionals.
Partner of the Week
Membership within NNRC also brings with it certain privileges. Each company within the NNRC court reporting firm family is granted market exclusivity for their region or city. Members are also featured in a special “Partner of the Week” section on the organization’s website with a special link on the home page. These pages include interviews with the proprietors or presidents of each firm as well as an overview of their history, list of services and more.
The directory includes a searchable menu organized by three sections: USA, Canada, and Europe. This menu includes many sub-sections for cities and states/provinces. The geographical division of the members is accompanied by a member’s index as well. There is also an immediate link to book a firm where an NNRC representative will process the request and distribute it to the appropriate member.
NNRC is a unique organization in many ways, not least because of their state-of-the-art and searchable directory. Users can explore the list of reporting companies by name, city, or state. Each facet of the search index includes a built-in navigation menu and clickable map of the United States.
A good court reporting company will provide services as varied as transcriptions, conference room rentals, litigation support, videoconferencing and, of course, real time reporting for depositions and other needs. Each NNRC member offers these services and many more. Each company in the NNRC family is pre-screened and must pass a membership review before joining the organization.
Legal News, Trends and Technologies
Even more impressive is the NNRC blog which acts as both a legal news source and an index of newly-created pages and other content for the entirety of the site.
NNRC is one of the nation’s oldest court reporting organizations with a very high standard of services and inter-member cooperation. For court reporting professionals the NNRC list of resources is a superb index of articles and documents on the latest trends, technologies and events within the reporting and litigation support industries.
24/7 Mobile-Friendly Bookings
The NNRC Scheduling Form is a state-of-the-art mobile-friendly page that allows attorneys, paralegals, and other professionals a fluid and dynamic way to book a service from any device: computer, tablet or smartphone. The form’s recipients are immediately notified of the bookings and respond immediately. This streamlined booking system allows for faster schedulings and last-minute services, an especially convenient and efficient tool for attorneys on the run or out of town.
The importance of pro bono services for attorneys, particularly smaller law firms and single practice professionals, cannot be over-stated. There is both a personal reward of gratification and a communal sense of accomplishment and philanthropy in giving one’s services to those less fortunate.
Mark Shalloway, an elder care and wills & trusts attorney in West Palm Beach, Florida is one strong example of leading the way in pro bono services with his free community seminars. The classes are informational sessions to help men and women from all walks of life learn more about the intricacies of caring for the elderly, insurance requirements, estate planning, caring for special needs loved ones and many other topics.
The seminars are free and open to the public and have been very warmly-received by the area legal community. The sessions are usually held at various community centers and include question/answer sessions with the Firm’s President, G. Mark Shalloway.
With the skyrocketing costs of senior care and the very real world concerns of legal and insurance requirements, children and parents both benefit from these endeavors by the firm.