Licensed to practice law in two countries, Founding Attorney Swapna Anthoor is dedicated to a solution-oriented approach to all her clients' needs. Whether she is estate planning for clients in California or India, her primary goal is to provide personalized cost-effective, smooth, and efficient handling of their cases.
Prior to earning her Master of Laws from Golden Gate School of Law in 2008, Attorney Anthoor practiced in her native country of India. While there, she handled cases in the Trial Courts of New Delhi as well of the High Court of New Delhi. She is still a member of good standing at the Bar Council of India, enabling her to handle the estate planning needs of her California clients who have assets in their home country.
Attorney Anthoor is an active member of the State Bar of California and admitted to practice before all courts in California. She is fluent in four languages: English, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam.
Manpreet S. Bains, Of Counsel
Attorney Bains is committed to providing clear, level-headed guidance to individuals going through the difficult process of divorce. Practicing family law since 2009, he has effectively counseled numerous couples through emotionally charged and often contentious divorce proceedings. He is experienced in handling all the complex financial and child custody matters that accompany the process.
Attorney Bains received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2005, and was awarded his law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 2008. He is an active member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice before all courts in California.
Archana Srivastava, Associate Attorney
Ms. Srivastava moved to the United States from India when she was a young child. When she was a teenager, Ms. Srivastava’s parents got divorced which instilled in her the passion for family law. During law school, Ms. Srivastava interned with a Legal Aid where she helped represent domestic violence victims in dissolution, obtaining temporary restraining orders, and child custody. After graduating law school, Ms. Srivastava interned for the Santa Clara Superior Court, where she assisted indigent clients in drafting and filing dissolution and child custody paperwork. Ms. Srivastava also spent several months clerking for a family law judge, which gave her exposure to the court’s view on family law proceedings. Ms. Srivastava speaks English, Telugu, and Hindi.
Ms. Srivastava received her B.A. from The Pennsylvania State University and her J.D. from Widener University School of Law. While in law school, Ms. Srivastava held positions on the Law Journal and Moot Court Honor Society.