Scott Watanabe is an associate attorney at Rebecca W. Geyer & Associates, PC, where his practice concentrates on family law, estate planning, and elder law. A single father of two children, Mr. Watanabe understands the importance of protecting the best interests of the children which should be the focus of every divorce. He is a strong believer in alternative dispute resolution, and believes that settling disputes between the parties outside of litigation is always the best solution as it maintains control in the hands of the parties and not the court system.
Mr. Watanabe was raised in Indianapolis Indiana, and attended high school at Park Tudor, undergraduate at Herron School of Art at Indiana University where he earned a Bachelors in Fine Arts with a concentration in Visual Communications. Scott worked in marketing and advertising before becoming the CEO of a digital publishing company. He eventually decided to return to school and attended the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University where he earned his Juris Doctorate with a certificate of specialization in the study of Health Law. Mr. Watanabe was a member of the Health Law Review and was on the Dean’s List.
Scott is a member of the Indiana Bar Association, the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and ElderCounsel. He is an active member of the family law section, and elder law section of the Indiana Bar Association, the Indianapolis Bar Association, and the Florida Bar Association. He has been an active participant in the Legal Aid system, and believes strongly in providing representation to all clients. He is also a trained Guardian Ad Litem and volunteers with Kid’s Voice of Indiana, and believes strongly in ensuring the interests of children of a divorce are represented by their own advocate. Scott is also a member of the Dean’s Advisory Committee for Heron School of Art.
Scott’s diverse background and experience guides him in his practice of the law. He will always represent your interests as if they were his own, and will work diligently to ensure that your best interests are represented during the legal process. Although Scott will do everything within his ability to resolve your issues outside of litigation, he will also aggressively represent you at trial.
Scott can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org