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Elizabeth A. Locker - Summit, NJ

382 Springfield AvenueSuite 507 Summit, NJ 07901

Updated: 02/17/2023

Summit Family Litigation and Mediation Lawyer


Elizabeth A. Locker has practiced law in Summit for 37 years, 36 of which were as a principal of Schatten & Locker, Esqs. Betsy's practice focuses on family law and mediation; estate, guardianship and probate litigation and real estate. She is a member of the Matrimonial Early Settlement Panels and a Blue-Ribbon Panelist in Union and Somerset Counties. She is also a member of the Probate Early Settlement Panel in Union County...

About Elizabeth A. Locker

Practice Areas

  • Family Litigation and Mediation
  • Probate and Fiduciary Litigation
  • Real Estate
  • Estate Administration
  • Estate and Life Planning
  • Guardianship and Conservatorships


Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey, 1981

Other Affiliations

  • New Jersey Bar Association
  • Union County Bar Association
  • Summit Bar Association, 1993 - 1994 (President)
  • Superior Court Matrimonial Early Settlement Panels for Union and Somerset Counties
  • Superior Court Probate Early Settlement Panel for Union County, Court appointed mediator


  • Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey, 1981
  • Drew University, 1978
  • Institute for Dispute Resolution Family Mediation Training, 1993

Office Information


382 Springfield AvenueSuite 507 Summit, NJ 07901


  • 908-277-6808

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