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Sherby D. Scurto

About Sherby Dianne Scurto


Practice Areas

Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce & Separation, Fathers' Rights, Spousal Support, Parenting time / Visitation, Property Division

Main Office

Sherby Dianne Scurto, P.C.
5707 S. Cass Ave., Suite 1132
Westmont, IL 60559
Phone: 630-687-1396

About Sherby D. Scurto

Sherby Dianne Scurto concentrates in family law services throughout Cook, DuPage, Kendall, and Will counties.

Sherby began her career after serving in the U.S. Army, earning her Bachelors and Masters degrees at Elmhurst College and graduating from John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Sherby has received numerous awards and honors, including being recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys' 10 Best Client Satisfaction list for three consecutive years. Her military background and performance in the field of law earned her recognition by the Best Attorneys Online Military Lawyers twice in 2013. Sherby was also named to the 2010 and 2012 Illinois Rising Star and 2017 and 2018 Illinois Super Lawyer lists.

Sherby focuses on successfully resolving divorce, child support, and various other family law issues.

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Education

Elmhurst College, Bachelors of Science in Chemistry
Elmhurst College, Masters of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psych
John Marshall Law School, Juris Doctor

Bar Associations

Illinois State Bar Associations
DuPage County Bar Association

Honors & Awards

Illinois Rising Star, 2010-2012
Illinois Super Lawyer, 2017-2018
Top 100 National Black Lawyers
Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society

Professional Associations

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society
American Chemical Society

Offices / Locations

Sherby Dianne Scurto, P.C.

5707 S. Cass Ave., Suite 1132
Westmont, IL 60559
Phone: 630-687-1396

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