Gorman & Jones, PLC Welcomes Attorney Aaron Shahan To The Firm

(Sun City – April 1 2011) – The law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC is pleased to announce that Aaron Shahan has joined the firm as an associate. Mr. Shahan comes to us from Detroit Michigan and focuses his practice in the fields of Estate Planning, Probate Law and Bankruptcy Law. Mr. Shahan received his Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Wayne State University in 2004. While attending ASU, Mr. Shahan worked with the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill-Arizona State University Chapter, and helped to establish one of the first on-campus college mental illness support, education and awareness programs in the country. In 2010, Mr. Shahan received his law degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Shahan accepted an Associate Attorney position at a civil litigation firm in downtown Chicago. His practice focused primarily on civil litigation, real estate and probate related matters. Following his time practicing in Chicago, Mr. Shahan moved to the Phoenix area to be near family. Mr. Shahan recognizes the need to take a proactive approach to estate planning and asset protection. He strives to ascertain the needs and wishes of his clients so that he may assist with development and implementation of a strategic, comprehensive estate plan. Mr. Shahan provides his clients with the individualized attention that they desire, as well as with the expertise necessary to achieve his clients’ estate planning objectives.

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