Russell + Associates

Expert & Professional Real Estate Attorneys

781-444-5151 or

Amy Scopa, Esq.

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Phone: 781-444-5151

Attorney Amy Scopa, a 1996 graduate of Merrimack College and Suffolk University Law School, was admitted to practice in Massachusetts State and Federal Courts in 2001. Attorney Scopa started at a General Civil Litigation law firm located in Boston where much of the practice focused on Eminent Domain. From there she became an associate with a fast-paced law firm representing buyers, sellers, and lenders in residential and commercial transactions. In 2004, Attorney Scopa established her own law firm focused primarily on residential real estate transactions. Attorney Scopa is proficient in all elements of the conveyance process, including closings, title exams, and complex title issues.

B.A. Merrimack College
J.D. Suffolk University Law

Areas of Practice:
Real Estate Law

updated: 1 month ago

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