Educate Yourself with Free, Virtual Elder Law Seminars

Mark Shalloway
2 min readApr 6, 2022

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Elder law is one of the most unique, diverse areas of law. Unlike many areas of practice, elder law is shaped by the needs of the people it serves, not by a certain topic. Because of this, elder law covers more than a dozen areas of practice in, including estate planning, Medicaid planning, special needs trusts, and so much more.

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When one requires an elder law attorney, they often find themselves dizzied by all the topics covered. It can be difficult to tell what they, or their loved one, needs, as well as what benefits they are entitled to. They want to understand the different types of trusts, how to prepare for long-term care, and more, but jumping into the world of elder law is a frightening one.

Luckily, there is a great way to educate yourself on these diverse topics for free before booking a consultation with an elder law attorney. Our free, virtual elder law seminars are the perfect way to learn more about these frightening topics. Every month, we take to Zoom for three days to educate the general public on the nuances behind Medicaid planning, long-term care, protecting your assets, and so much more in a two hour period. The individual days allow guests to look at their schedule and decide what works best for them.

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We host the seminar in an open, honest way that allows you to best absorb the information. Our free, virtual elder law seminars give you the comfort of understanding the area of practice, allowing you to be comfortable when you work with your elder law attorney.

Guests are encouraged to reserve their spots to get the most out of the seminar. You are free to attend as often as you like. Learn how you can do that by clicking this link.

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Mark Shalloway

Mark Shalloway is an elder and special needs care attorney in West Palm Beach, Florida.