Mansfield Law Office is currently serving former clients of Mansfield Law Corporation who opted to transfer their files or matter to Andrew S. Mansfield now operating as a solo practitioner. Andrew S. Mansfield is now practicing in the field of estate planning.

Mansfield Law Corporation closed on August 26, 2019 and the law corporation is now dissolved. Andrew S. Mansfield is taking no further bankruptcy clients of any kind and is only serving those Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 clients who were in process at the time of the closure and dissolution of Mansfield Law Corporation.

Mr. Mansfield is excited to build and expand his practice in estate planning.

Andrew S. Mansfield, Attorney-at-Law

Andrew S. Mansfield has been practicing law since December of 1994, when he was admitted to practice before all courts in the State of California, including the Central and Northern District of the United States District Courts in California. He completed his B.A. at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas in 1991, and he received his law degree from U.C Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) in 1994. In 2007, he graduated from Harvard Divinity School after conducting his Master’s research on the role of religion in major United States Supreme Court decisions since 1950 and the religious bases of United States bankruptcy law.

Mr. Mansfield practiced with the litigation and corporate departments of O’Melveny & Myers LLP from 1994 to 2001. He operated his own practice, Mansfield Law Office, since 2001 before joining Higson Cheney Mansfield, PC in 2013. Higson Cheney Mansfield, PC transformed itself into Mansfield Cheney, PC in June of 2015 when Andrew S. Mansfield and Ellen M. Cheney purchased the remaining shares in the firm from Daniel A. Higson.  In 2016, the firm became Mansfield Law Corporation.

Mansfield Law Corporation closed on August 26, 2019 and has since dissolved. Andrew S. Mansfield is practicing as a solo practitioner at Mansfield Law Office.