George Baselous, Esq.

Attorney and CEO of Alleviate Tax

Growing up on the East Coast, I graduated from the University of Delaware in 2006 with a bachelors degree in economics and international relations. I was eager to attend law school upon graduating, but life took me in another direction. I began working on Wall Street as an investment banker. Life took another turn when I met my wife several years later in California. Moving to California opened the door to my previous dream of being an attorney.

Coming into law school as an older student, already having been successful in a previous career, allowed me to be more focused and driven. I graduated from Trinity Law School at the top of my class, earning the distinction of “Student of the Year”. I had the honor and privilege of being the Editor-In-Chief of the Trinity Law Review. I competed in moot court, where a team consisting of myself and my partner were the 2014 NBLSA Moot Court National Champions; we beat Columbia University to win first place in the nation. In addition, I was the co-founder of the Trinity Missions and Service Club, a student funded organization which carried out regular service trips to orphanages and women’s shelters in Mexico.

Professionally, I a member of the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA) and the Christian Legal Society (CLS). I actively litigate in all areas of civil litigation with a focus on business litigation and personal injury litigation. I also teach as an adjunct professor of torts (civil law) at Trinity Law School in Santa Ana.

My wife and I are actively involved in our church’s youth and education ministry. I thrive off of being around people and helping in any way I can. Paraclete Law was born out of a desire to provide effective, aggressive and affordable legal representation. It is my pleasure to fight for you in any way I can.