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Over the years, the firm has evolved. Our locations changed. Our hourly rates increased. Our name changed to Shankman & Associates Legal Center. However, the overall concept has stayed the same. We are still dedicated to serving individuals and small businesses in need of legal services at an affordable rate. We offer an extensive fee schedule for review by potential clients. We give a written fee estimate to every client at their first meeting. Every client is given an initial telephone consultation so that we can identify the nature of the issues that will need to be addressed, provide some initial guidance, and offer a preliminary estimate of anticipated legal fees. We continue to have multiple locations in order to make ourselves accessible to our clients. We continue to rely on a well-trained, highly experienced support staff who make it easier for clients to have access to information whenever it is needed.
While Shankman & Associates Legal Center remains a broadly based general practice of law, the bulk of our practice focuses on four areas: (1) domestic relations, including divorce, paternity, child support, custody fights, alimony and restraining orders; (2) bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 or 13, liquidation, reorganization, wage earner plans, IRS defense, and foreclosure defense; (3) landlord/tenant relations, including evictions, staff training, lease preparations, abandoned property, project acquisitions, subsidized housing, and collections; and (4) personal injury claims, including car accidents, slip and fall incidents and products liability issues.
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