(West Palm Beach, Florida) October 28, 2020
Mark Shalloway, president of Shalloway & Shalloway, is pleased to announce his attendance at the 16th Annual Changes and Trends Affecting Special Needs Trusts Conference hosted by the University of Texas Law. Every year, the event brings together nationally recognized professionals who specialize in Special Needs Trusts. The professionals who attend discuss the latest updates and topics in the field, and provide others great resources for practicing.
At this event, Shalloway hosted a seminar titled “Powers of Appointment in Special Needs Planning: Mystical Authority Made Magical.” This portion of the conference was designed to educate others on the role and use of powers of appointment in regards to public benefits, tax, and dispositive wishes. Shalloway’s talk enlightened audience members on topic that can be difficult for some to understand.
“We could not have produced a program of such high quality as this one without your significant contributes of time and expertise on our behalf,” Assistant Dean Gregory J. Smith had to say.
Educating the masses on a variety of topics surrounding elder law is something that Mark Shalloway has always been passionate about. When he isn’t attending conferences, he’s hosting monthly seminars via Zoom. At these seminars, clients can learn about Medicaid planning, asset protection, and a variety of other topics that influence the world of elder law. Audience members leave the seminars feeling more confident about their ability to make a decision for a loved one’s financial future.
When clients need an elder law attorney who will speak in “plain English” and lay everything out for them, Shalloway & Shalloway is the place to turn. For more information on Shalloway & Shalloway, call 561-686-6200 or fill out this contact form.