Sasha L. Khan is a contract attorney with Grossman & Associates and a proud member of the Muslim Community. She received her fundamental education at the Islamic Academy of New England, Al-Noor Academy, and Islamic Center of New England High School and also attended Quincy College through a dual-enrollment program allowing her to graduate High School at age 17 with two years of college credits. During her time at Quincy College Attorney Khan developed a passion for the legal system. She went on to study Criminology at Suffolk University.
Attorney Khan started her legal career by receiving a J.D. Degree from Suffolk University Law School and became a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association in 2011. Throughout Law School, Attorney Khan focused on Family Law and helping pro bono program established by Judge Ginsburg. In her involvement in the Battered Women's Advocacy Program, Attorney Khan helped victims of Domestic Violence obtain restraining Orders and Abuse Prevention Orders and helped victims create safety plans to get out of abusive situations. Attorney Khan has a strong passion for helping individuals get through any difficulties they may encounter. She believes in being compassionate and understanding toward her clients. She believes in getting to know every client on a personal level, in order to be a zealous legal advocate for them. She believes in providing cost effective solutions that are specifically designed to fit the unique needs of every client.
Attorney Khan believes in being an asset to her community in any legal needs they may have. In her Muslim Community, she found a specific need to establish a way of addressing Islamic Wills, getting her clients to think about life's uncertainties and thinking about specific aspects of asset division and burial arrangements that people tend to overlook.
Attorney Khan has also represented Husband's and Wife's rights in Divorce proceedings. She is available to her clients when they need to vent and feel frustrated with the process, by being understanding to her client's needs and building a relationship with her clients she is able to think clearly and reasonably to protect her client's rights, when they are most vulnerable.