Shannon Gahan is the firm’s invaluable paralegal, office manager, attorney coordinator, and primary point of contact. Shannon works directly with prospective clients to sort through relevant information and to orient prospective clients to the services offered and the suitability of the firm’s representation for their given type of case. Then, with the supervision of the firm’s attorneys, Shannon assists our established clients in identifying and gathering evidence, drafting pleadings and court filings, and managing case progression and timelines.

Prior to entering the legal field, Shannon was a teacher and administrator for publicly-funded educational programs that serve underprivileged children and families in early childhood settings. This allowed Shannon to develop unique experience and skill in assisting individuals, families, and diverse populations navigate through difficult times. Shannon applies this same skill and experience to educate our clients about the varying stages of their case and to help them feel comfortable throughout the family law process. Shannon prides herself on being prompt and punctual in answering client questions, addressing client concerns, and connecting clients with extra-legal resources when appropriate. Shannon's compassion, patience, and empathy is apparent in the work she does and the relationships she builds with our clients.

Shannon Gahan refined her writing and advocacy skills while earning a Bachelor’s Degree in English Studies from Weber State University in Utah. Subsequently, Shannon was awarded a paralegal certificate from The Center for Legal Studies.


  • Teacher of the Year Award - Davis County Head Start


Center for Legal Studies

  • Paralegal Certificate

Weber State University, Ogden, Utah

  • Bachelor's Degree of English Studies
  • Associate Degree of General Studies


Shannon lives in Millcreek, Utah, with her husband and her puppy. In her spare time, Shannon enjoys hiking, reading, completing mud-runs, and spending time with family and friends.