Law Office of Dennis A. Scardilli, L.L.C.
105 Woods Road, Absecon, NJ 08201 O: 609-568-0432 F: 609-939-0277
The practice of law is
my fourth career involving real estate. I learned the basics of real
estate as a salesperson, appraiser, builder/developer and property manager in my father's real estate business. Then, I served as a planner or real
estate appraiser in federal, state, county, and, municipal government,
including six years as a multi-family appraiser in HUD’s Philadelphia office. I have worked in large and small, local and national firms of various types.
Before attending law school,
I earned the MAI designation and a license as a New Jersey State
Certified General Real Estate Appraiser. I am a New Jersey Professional
Planner (PP) and a New Jersey Certified Tax Assessor (CTA) and a NJ Civil Court R. 1:40
Qualified Mediator. I am Certified as an instructor for the Uniform Standards of Appraisal Practice (USPAP) by the Appraisal Qualifications Board of The Appraisal Foundation. My articles have been
published in the New Jersey Law Journal, the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal
and I formerly wrote a real estate law column for the Press of Atlantic City.
I am admitted to
practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I earned a B.A. from Wheaton College, a Master of Urban
Planning degree from New York University and a J.D. from Widener University
School of Law. I now practice as
an attorney near Atlantic City, N.J., where I live with my wife, Patti.
N.J. Supreme Ct Advisory Committee on Atty Advertising Op 36 (12/26/2005) requires me to make this disclaimer: "All attorney listings are a paid attorney advertisement, and do not in any way constitute a referral or endorsement by an approved or authorized lawyer referral service".
I must also note that all statements in this Profile are intended to provide examples of past work performed and are not intended to make representations about the quality of the legal services to be performed or the expertise of the lawyer performing such services. Because every legal matter is different, no representation of results in a future matter is intended or implied.
Blog postings by Dennis Scardilli:
Exciting Time in Real Estate Appraisal Law
Write on! Let your voice be heard on new appraiser rules that affect your law practice!