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Exploring the Financial Benefits of Getting Married

Posted by Genghis X. Shakhan | Mar 14, 2024 | 0 Comments

Marriage is a significant life decision that involves emotional, social, and financial considerations. While the financial benefits of marriage can vary depending on individual circumstances, there are several potential financial advantages to getting married:  1. **Tax Benefits:** Married cou...

Bankruptcy Before a Divorce in Georgia

Posted by Genghis X. Shakhan | Feb 20, 2024 | 0 Comments

Whether to file for bankruptcy before your divorce proceedings depends on a range of factors, including where you live, your shared and individual debts and assets, and the type of bankruptcy you intend to file. The best course for you depends on your personal circumstances, so it's important to ...

Did you know that Shakhan & Wilkerson Law offers Payment Plans, Legal Subscriptions, Sliding Scale Fees and Expanded Pro Bono Services to all Georgians?

Posted by Genghis X. Shakhan | Oct 17, 2023 | 0 Comments

It’s estimated that nearly 70% of Americans with a legal need don’t have the access or means to obtain an attorney. This pervasive issue in the legal world is known as the “Justice Gap.” The justice gap refers to the disparity between those who have the means to navigate and benefit from the legal system and those who do not. This disparity often disproportionately affects marginalized communities, low-income households, and other vulnerable populations. Our goals is to bridge this divide. At Shakhan & Wilkerson Law we are committed to closing the justice gap for all Georgians by providing equal access to high quality legal representation.

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