Debra Foca

Debra Foca, Esquire


Debra Foca focuses her practice on transactional real estate and has extensive experience in leasing, purchases, sales and financing. Debra has handled complex commercial matters involving distressed property, title, tax appeals, municipal applications and 1031 exchanges, representing corporate, individual, commercial, medical and government entities.


Prior to joining Morgan Law LLC, Debra was inhouse counsel for a major restaurant organization and an investment property company, handling transactions and leasing in multi-state capacities. In her private practice positions, she handled both transactional and litigation matters. Debra’s litigation that made law includes In Re Edith Pryor, an appellate case that established the superpriority of municipal tax liens in New Jersey, and Pulaski Construction v Ritterson, a New Jersey Supreme Court case that defined prima facie tort.

Debra has been an active member of the legal community and served as a Trustee on the Mercer County Bar Association Board of Real Estate, where she was a panel participant teaching several CLE courses, including: Effects of Bankruptcy on Real Estate Matters (June 2015), Deed in Lieu and Distressed Property Sales (May 2013) and Real Estate Boundary Disputes, Easements, and Adverse Possession (November 2012).

Debra is a graduate of the College of New Jersey (B.A. 1997 summa cum laude) and the Rutgers University School of Law-Camden (J.D. 2000), receiving a Pro Bono Achievement Award. She served in 2000-2001 as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Irwin Snyder in the Camden County Superior Court and is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.