Laura A. Scurko, Esq.

  • Creitor’s Rights, Foreclosure Law, Civil Litigation and Real Estate/Real Property        Email Laura A. Scurko

Laura Scurko
Laura Scurko has been a member of the Bar since 1985, and valued member of the Firm’s team since 2004. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Scurko had 12 years of experience in insurance defense and general litigation. This laid a solid foundation upon which to build her knowledge of Creditor’s Rights, Foreclosure Law and Real Estate/Real Property. She has extensive experience handling contested foreclosures and title claims including claims of identity theft and priority disputes among lien holders. She is a supervising attorney for the contested foreclosure team, and regularly advises clients regarding the impact of Rules and statutes on the practice of foreclosure law.

The Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America (J.D., 1985)
Catholic University of America (B.A., 1982)

New Jersey Bar, 1985
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of the United States of America

American Bar Association
New Jersey State Bar Association
Morris County Bar Association

Reported Cases:
Sturdy Savings Bank v. Roberts, 427 N.J. Super 27 (Ch.Div. 2012)

Our Clients

about the missionThe attorneys of Stern, Lavinthal & Frankenberg, LLC specialize in creditor’s rights, real estate transactions and commercial litigation in the states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Our typical clients are servicers, banks, financial institutions, business enterprises, and private investors seeking resolution on property related legal issues. For over 70 years, we have provided representation with respect to foreclosures, evictions, REO sales, bankruptcies, loss mitigation, and commercial and residential real estate closings, as well as, maintaining an extensive civil litigation practice dedicated to commercial litigation, including land use, contracts, creditor’s rights/lender liability proceedings and residential and commercial tax foreclosure.  

Our Services

Representing clients re: multiple legal issues

  • Bankruptcy, Creditor's Rights
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Environmental
  • Evictions
  • Foreclosure
  • Land Use and Real Estate

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