Scott Ingold is an estate and trust litigation partner licensed in both California and Nevada. He assists in probate matters and handles all aspects of estate litigation, including pre-filing negotiations and trials.

Mr. Ingold has developed a reputation for delivering favorable results to his clients while effectively managing risk. When meeting with clients, his first goal is understanding their needs and concerns. Only then does he engage in a conversation where together realistic goals and expectations are established.

He has litigated matters in state and federal courts, in jury and bench trials, and in binding arbitrations. His prior experience includes medical malpractice, business and employment disputes, products liability, wrongful death, insurance coverage and bad faith issues, and land use.

In 2020 and 2021, Mr. Ingold was named to the San Diego Super Lawyers® list.  He was named a San Diego “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers®  from 2015 to 2017.  While attending California Western School of Law, he won first place in the Gill Oral Advocacy Competition and second place in the University of Oklahoma Indian Law Writing Competition. He also served as Editor-in-Chief of the California Western International Law Journal and he received the Outstanding Associate Award from that journal and the California Western Law Review.

Awards & Honors

  • San Diego Super Lawyers® (2020-2021)
  • San Diego Super Lawyers® “Rising Star” (2015-2017)
  • Graduate of Impact San Diego, LEAD San Diego’s Flagship Program
  • Outstanding Associate Award, California Western International Law Journal
  • Outstanding Associate Award, California Western Law Review and International Law Journal
  • First Place, Gill Oral Advocacy Competition
  • Second Place, University of Oklahoma Indian Law Writing Competition
Super Lawyers


  • State Bar of California
  • State Bar of Nevada
  • California Lawyers Association, Trusts & Estate Section
  • San Diego County Bar Association
  • Probate Attorneys of San Diego, Board of Directors (2021-2024)
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