Kirkland Attorneys at Weitz Law Firm: About Us
At Weitz Law Firm, we pride ourselves in providing the very best in legal service, while giving you the honest, personal representation you deserve. We believe our success is determined by the success of our clients.
- We are expert Kirkland Attorneys that focuses on small business, real estate, taxation, bankruptcy, and estate planning.
- Call now to schedule your initial consultation. (425) 889-9300.
Managing Partner, Scott M. Weitz, J.D., LL.M
A Seattle native, Scott Weitz grew up in North Seattle where he attended Blanchet High School. Scott centers his practice primarily on business and real estate transactions, business formation and organization, estate planning, foreclosure defense, and taxation. Scott has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Arizona State University and earned a Juris Doctorate after attending Arizona State University College of Law and Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. After law school, Scott received a Master’s Degree in Tax Law (LL.M.) from the University of Washington to better serve his clients’ business, estate planning, and taxation issues. Scott routinely represents homeowners in lender negotiations, foreclosure mediations, and foreclosure litigation.
Of Counsel, John Geovasilis, J.D., LLM Taxation
John’s practice focuses on the representation of individuals, businesses and non-profits with IRS tax debt issues. He has extensive experience negotiating a wide variety of tax debt settlement agreements for his clients including Offer In Compromise(s), payment plans, or obtaining ‘Currently not Collectible’ status. John has a B.S. in Finance as well as a Masters of Business Administration from Seattle University, and completed law school at Oklahoma City University School of Law. John is passionate about assisted his clients get a fresh start from IRS tax debts and assisted them overcome other taxation related issues.
Of Counsel, Andrea Seymoure, J.D.
Andrea Seymoure earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington. She then went on to get her juris doctorate from Seattle University School of Law where she helped set up and train high school students for Seattle’s first youth traffic court. Among many of her other activities during law school, Andrea clerked for the Federal Trade Commission in Seattle and the United States Attorney’ s Office in Boise, Idaho. She also managed a group of attorneys to produce a comprehensive foreclosure guide for Washington homeowners. Andrea handles matters in the areas of family law, real estate (including landlord-tenant disputes and unlawful detainers), and estate planning. Andrea regularly volunteers her time helping unrepresented people with their family law issues at Eastside Legal Assistance Program and helping tenants facing eviction at King County Bar Association’s Housing Justice Project. In her free time, Andrea enjoys traveling, reading, and long-distance running.