• A hardworking attorney
    for hardworking people

    Serving Naples and Southwest Florida
    Divorce | Family Law | Non-married Partnerships
    Child Custody | Child Support | Domestic Violence
    DUI | Criminal | Foreclosure Defense
  • Comprehensive Legal Services

    Serving Naples and Southwest Florida
    Collier County | Lee County | Charlotte County
  • Legal Counsel with Compassion

    Serving Naples and Southwest Florida
    Divorce | Family Law | Non-married Partnerships
    Child Custody | Child Support | Domestic Violence
    DUI | Criminal | Foreclosure Defense

Attorney Ken Turner

EXPERIENCE

Attorney Ken Turner of Naples, Florida provides divorce lawyer and family law representation that is experienced and cost efficient. Attorney Ken Turner also provides effective DUI and criminal defense representation for clients throughout Florida. Contact Attorney Ken Turner now for a free initial telephone consultation with an experienced trial attorney.

COMPASSION

Attorney Ken Turner personally handles every case. Whether you are dealing with child custody and child support issues, an impending divorce, dui arrest, or other legal matters we understand that this is likely to be one of the most stressful events in your life. We begin to establish your trust by offering each client an initial free consultation.

DEDICATION

Attorney Ken Turner of Naples, Florida approaches each case with an "all oars in the water" approach. We work hard to resolve cases in our clients best interest and we strive to do so in the most affordable, cost efficient, manner. We believe the best approach is to begin establishing goals and working toward those goals from the initial consultation.

THE DIFFERENCE

Attorney Ken Turner of Naples, Florida is available to meet with clients by appointment in Collier and Lee County. Attorney Ken Turner provides affordable family law and criminal defense services to clients all across southwest Florida. Contact Attorney Ken Turner for a free initial consultation. Give us an opportunity to earn your trust.

Free Initial Consultation

We offer a free initial consultation to evaluate your case and answer your questions. When you have questions that only a Naples, Florida lawyer can answer, contact Attorney Ken Turner for solid, straightforward information and advice. Even if you are just needing some questions answered, feel free to call Attorney Ken Turner at (239)400-3733 'FREE' to schedule an appointment. Taking advantage of a free telephonic consultation does not mean you have to move forward with a divorce or other legal, but you will have armed yourself with knowledge and information for when the time comes. Our consultations are always confidential and obligation free.

Payment

We understand that legal fees are seldom anticipated. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash. Attorney Ken Turner of Naples, Florida works to keep overhead and costs low so that we can pass on the savings to our clients. Whenever allowable by law, I will seek to recover your attorney fees.

Flexible Hours

We realize it's not always easy to schedule appointments during the daytime. That's why I offer our clients evening and weekend telephone hours (by appointment) for more flexibility.

Licensed in Kentucky and Florida

Attorney Ken Turner has experience representing clients in Kentucky and Florida.

Straight Forward Advice

We believe in setting realistic expectations. To best serve you, we will give you honest, direct answers to all of your questions in a discrete manner.

It is no use saying, 'We are doing our best.' You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary.

Winston Churchill

Attorney Profile

KENNETH R. TURNER, Jr.

Attorney and Counselor at Law

I was born and raised in northern Kentucky, where I learned the value of hard work and compassion. I have resided in southwest Florida for more than 10 years and Naples is where I call home. My dad is a retired steel foundry laborer who I watched come home everyday beat up, sometimes burned, and tired. My mother also worked to provide for me and my brother. My parents still reside in Kentucky and have been married since 1972. I have a very hard working younger brother who works in the HVAC industry who also has been a very successful high school football coach in Kentucky. I knew at an early age that I wanted to earn my living helping working people and families like my own. I am very proud to say that I am a first generation attorney.

I graduated from Campbell County High School, Northern Kentucky University, and then attended law school at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan where I earned my Juris Doctorate. While attending law school, I got my first courtroom experience working for the late Robert Jacobs as a Certified Legal Intern in the Public Defender's Office in Fort Myers, Florida. My past experiences have shaped how I view the world today and I am extremely proud of my blue collar roots.

I have had to fortune to have worked for exemplary law firms. I gained a wealth of knowledge and experience while working in a support capacity for Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, a top personal injury firm in Fort Myers, Florida. I will forever be indebted to the Sheiner's for trusting me to be a part of their challenging fast paced environment. I then went to work in Naples, Florida for Scott Martin Roth and Associates, as my heart was drawing me back the criminal defense world and the rewarding work of family law. While working with Scott, I personally represented individuals in all types of family law and criminal defense matters.

In 2012, I opened up my own law practice in Naples, Florida; where the focus of the practice was divorce, child custody matters, and criminal defense. However, since March of 2015, I have been a proud member of the Bergermann Law Firm, primarily located in Fort Myers, Florida.

I still provide legal representation to those who find themselves in the darkest and most stressful times of their life. Whether it be divorce, child custody issues, DUI, drug possession or other general areas of the law. I am proud to be able to work for real people.

I also enjoyed a rewarding experiencing teaching in the criminal justice and legal studies departments at Southwest Florida College. In my free time, I enjoy kayak fishing and I have remained a lifelong Cincinnati Reds and Bengals fan. I reside in Naples, Florida and I am licensed to practice law in Kentucky and Florida.

Services

  • CONTESTED / UNCONTESTED DIVORCES

    Affordable Divorce Solutions for Your Family
    Family Law Attorney | Naples and Southwest Florida

    Whether your divorce is a smooth transition or a complex, contentious struggle, the legal proceedings must be handled properly and thoroughly. Attorney Ken Turner has experience helping people through all aspects of divorce. I will put my experiences to work for you to seek a happy, stable future for you and your loved ones.

    Resolving Disputes in Contested Divorces

    Attorney Ken Turner has experience resolving divorce disputes through both mediated settlements and trial. We strive to resolve disputes in ways that are most beneficial for our clients and we employ an "all oars in the water" approach to divorce. We begin preparing for the fight from the very beginning while at the same time we strive to resolve your case peacefully and in a cost effective manner. We help our clients resolve disputes involving:

    • • Child Custody
    • • Child Support and Modifications
    • • Division of Property
    • • Spousal Support


    While we strive to resolve divorce problems through amicable, out-of-court solutions, we are always prepared to go to court on our clients' behalf.

    Uncontested Divorces

    An uncontested divorce offers spouses an opportunity to end their marriage quickly, quietly and in a cost-effective manner. Even so, it is important to have a qualified lawyer handling all of the critical documents and proceedings. A mishandled or overlooked document could turn into a legal nightmare years down the road. In many cases, two people can quickly come to an agreement. Attorney Ken Turner of Naples, Florida can handle the difficult task of capturing the essence of the agreement and putting that agreement in a written document that will stand the test of time. Attorney Ken Turner offers affordable low cost uncontested divorce services because we believe legal representation should be affordable for everyone.

    Contact a Naples, Florida Divorce Lawyer

    If you are going through a divorce or thinking about filing for divorce, we can answer your questions and help you seek legal solutions. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Naples, Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • FAMILY LAW

    Affordable Solutions for Your Family Law Needs
    Family Law Attorney | Naples and Southwest Florida

    If you’re currently going through a family law matter such as a divorce or a child custody battle, you already know how difficult it can be to keep your emotions in check. You may be having a hard time making decisions or reaching resolutions with your spouse, partner, or family member.

    As a family attorney, Attorney Ken Turner understands what you’re going through and wants to reassure you that having such complex feelings during your legal matter is completely normal. After all, the decisions you make now will change your life for many years to come. For this reason, Ken Turner's goal is to offer you compassion during this tough time as well as legal services that help you reach peaceful resolutions. Attorney Ken Turner is equipped to handle family matters such as:

    • • Divorce
    • • Legal Separation
    • • Domestic Partnerships
    • • Child Custody / Visitation
    • • Child Support
    • • Alimony
    • Domestic Violence
    • Property Distribution

    Getting a family law attorney involved in your situation doesn’t mean that you want to start or continue a conflict; it simply means that you’re ready to work toward a resolution so that you can move forward. If you’re ready to put conflict behind you in favor of a fresh start, contact Attorney Ken Turner for help.

    Contact a Naples Family Lawyer

    If you are going through family law mattter, we can answer your questions and help you seek legal solutions. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Naples Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • CHILD CUSTODY - PARENTING and TIME SHARING

    Child Custody Attorney
    Naples and Southwest Florida

    Whether your child custody issues arise out of a divorce proceeding or between unmarried individuals, the Attorney Ken Turner of Naples Florida is there to assist you in reaching your goals and helping you establish a plan that is in the best interests of the children. Child custody is an often misunderstood area of family law. Many people come to our office without a full understanding of how the law is applied to parenting issues. We offer initial fee consultations so that we can spend time educating you on the law and answering your questions regarding how your case is going to effect your children. Attorney Ken Turner, will help you understand the differences in joint custody and sole custody. Not only must we resolve the issue of developing a parenting/time-sharing arrangement, the word custody refers to how the parents participate in decision making and parental responsibility regarding the children. We do not agree that parenting time should be referred to as "visitation". A parent does not visit their child, they parent their child. Our practice is focused on preserving your parent-child relationship and protecting the precious time you have with your children.
    Attorney Ken Turner has experience in litigating difficult and high conflict child custody cases and applying the statutes that set forth the best interests of the child. In Florida, shared parental responsibility is almost always favored as opposed to sole custody/responsibility. Regardless, the law dictates that the best interests of the child should be the determining factor in establishing child custody, time sharing, parenting, and child support arrangements.
    Attorney Ken Turner is always working to reach common sense solutions that not only protect the best interests of the children, but also preserve as much good will as possible between parents.

    Contact a Naples Child Custody Lawyer

    If you need help working out a child custody, time sharing parenting arrangement, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with a dedicated Naples Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we also make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • CHILD SUPPORT and MODIFICATIONS

    Financial Support of the Children
    Child Support Attorney | Naples and Southwest Florida

    When parents separate or divorce, Florida law requires us to determine: Who will provide for the financial needs of the children? Attorney Ken Turner has extensive experience handling all aspects of child support arrangements as well as modifications (lowering or increasing payments) to child support orders. We also assist people in child support enforcement, civil contempt proceedings, and criminal failure to pay proceedings.
    Attorney The Ken Turner has been helping people throughout Florida with child support issues for more than 5 years. Child support payments in Florida are generally determined by a set of mathematical statutory guidelines that take into consideration such information as:

    • • Number of Children
    • • Parenting Time Arrangements
    • • Income of Both Parents
    • • Healthcare Needs of the Child
    • • Special Needs of the Child

    Attorney Ken Turner will explain the guidelines to you in detail and prepare all of the documents the court requires. It is important these matters are handled thoroughly to avoid any complications or delays in the process. We want your child support to be calculated accurately now so that you or your children are not suffering consequences later. We provide affordable service to all of our family law clients.

    Modifications of Orders

    Changes in circumstances may call for changes in child support as well as spousal support arrangements. If you or your spouse experiences a significant rise or fall in income, health care crisis or other life-changing event, we can help you petition the court for the necessary changes to existing orders to ensure that your child support arrangement reflects your reality. We will prepare the necessary documents, file the petitions and motions and take all the necessary steps to make sure your children are fairly provided for, no matter what changes come up along the way. Our services are affordable and cost effective because we know hard working people deserve representation.

    Contact a Florida Child Support Lawyer

    If you need assistance with child support issues or payment modifications, we can answer your questions and help you with all of the legal details. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an accomplished Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we also make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • SPOUSAL SUPPORT / MAINTENANCE / ALIMONY ISSUES

    Representation for Spousal Support, Maintenance, Alimony Issues
    Knowledgeable Divorce Attorney | Naples, Florida and Collier County

    It can be difficult to measure the contributions to the family during a marriage in terms of dollars. In some cases, either or both parties make a claim for spousal support (alimony). Attorney Ken Turner has experience in helping clients in both obtaining and defending against spousal support claims. The majority of divorce cases do not involve the payment of spousal support. During our free initial consultation we can advise you on Florida spousal support and alimony law so that you have an understanding of your rights and potential responsibility going forward.
    Attorney Ken Turner will assist you with all of the steps of establishing spousal support or fiercely defending unfounded claims for spousal support. Spousal support can be summed up as being based on the needs of one spouse countered with the ability to pay of the other spouse. In Florida, the law takes a number of factors into consideration when determining a spousal support arrangement, including:

    • • Earning Potential of Both Spouses
    • • Education of Both Spouses
    • • Length of Marriage
    • • The Standard of Living
    • • Circumstances Leading to the Divorce (adultery, spousal abuse)


    Attorney Ken Turner has trial experience in spousal support cases. Our practice is focused on protecting the financial interests of our clients in the most affordable cost effect way possible. There have been cases where it is necessary to employ a forensic accountants. Family owned businesses present additional issues. You should consult with Attorney Ken Turner before you head down the path of divorce. You get one bite at the apple.

    Contact a Naples Florida Divorce Lawyer

    If you are struggling with a family law issue, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Naples, Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REPRESENTATION

    Domestic Violence Representation
    Experienced Domestic Violence Attorney | Naples, Florida and Collier County

    Many divorces stem from repeated incidents of domestic violence or even a single heated argument that escalates into something more. At the same time, many domestic violence allegations may not actually be domestic violence, and have arisen due to other situations. Common defenses against domestic violence charges include self-defense, false allegations or a lack of intent to actually harm someone.
    Attorney Ken Turner, knows when to be compassionate and understanding and when to be aggressive and assertive.
    It is important to address an allegation of domestic violence immediately, as it has an impact on many of your rights, including your ability to spend time with your children. Domestic violence can involve causing physical harm or putting another person in fear of physical harm.

    If you are the victim of domestic abuse — even a single incident — or if you are accused of domestic violence, it is important to contact an experienced domestic violence lawyer as soon as possible. We can help you take the necessary steps to obtain a protective court order (EPO, DVO) that will help protect you and your children from further harm.
    We also assist those who are facing domestic violence charges. If you are charged with domestic violence and you are getting a divorce, you may face criminal charges in addition to the legal complexities of divorce. In addition, child custody, visitation and other factors that will be determined by a Florida divorce court will be impacted if you are convicted of domestic violence or your spouse obtains an order of protection against you.
    We place the highest priority on the safety of you and your children. Do not hesitate to call our office to schedule a free consultation in which Attorney Ken Turner can answer your questions and recommend the best steps to take next

    Contact a Naples Florida Domestic Violence Lawyer

    If you need help dealing with a civil or criminal domestic violence matter, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Naples Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • DUI, DWI, OVI, DRUNK DRIVING

    DUI Defense Representation
    Experienced Affordable DUI Attorney | Naples, Florida and Collier County

    DUI (Driving Under the Influence of Alcoholic Beverages, Chemical Substances or Controlled Substances). s. 316.193, F.S.
    Under Florida law, DUI is one offense, proved by impairment of normal faculties or unlawful blood alcohol or breath alcohol level of .08 or above. The penalties upon conviction are the same, regardless of the manner in which the offense is proven.
    Losing your driver's license is only one of several consequences you may face if you plead guilty to or are convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) in Florida. Yes, DUI includes driving under the influence of drugs and controlled substances.
    Fine Schedule s. 316.193(2)(a)-(b), F.S.:

    • • First Conviction: Not less than $500, or more than $1,000. With Blood/Breath Alcohol Level (BAL) of .15 or higher or minor in the vehicle: Not less than $1,000, or more than $2,000.
    • • Second Conviction: Not less than $1,000, or more than $2,000. With BAL of .15 or higher or minor in the vehicle: Not less than $2,000, or more than $4,000.
    • • Third Conviction More than 10 years from second: Not less than $2,000, or more than $5,000. With BAL of .15 or higher or minor in the vehicle: Not less than $4,000.
    • • Fourth or Subsequent Conviction: Not less than $2,000.


    Community Service - s. 316.193 (6)(a), F.S.

    • • First Conviction: Mandatory 50 hours of community service or additional fine of $10 for each hour of community service required.


    Probation - s. 316.193 (5)(6), F.S.

    • • First Conviction: Mandatory 50 hours of community service or additional fine of $10 for each hour of community service required.


    Imprisonment- s. 316.193 (2)(a) 2, 4(b), (6)(j), F.S.
    At court's discretion, sentencing terms may be served in a residential alcoholism or drug abuse treatment program, credited toward term of imprisonment.

    • • First Conviction: Not more than 6 months. With BAL of .15 or higher or minor in the vehicle: Not more than 9 months.
    • • Second Conviction: Not more than 9 months. With BAL of .15 or higher or minor in the vehicle: Not more than 12 months. If second conviction within 5 years, mandatory imprisonment of at least 10 days. At least 48 hours of confinement must be consecutive.
    • • Third Conviction: If third conviction within 10 years, mandatory imprisonment of at least 30 days. At least 48 hours of confinement must be consecutive. If third conviction more than 10 years, imprisonment for not more than 12 months.
    • • Fourth or Subsequent Conviction: Not more than 5 years or as provided in s.775.084, Florida Statutes, as habitual/violent offender.


    Impoundment of Immobilization of Vehicle - s. 316.193 (6), F.S.

    • Unless the family of the defendant has no other transportation: First conviction = 10 days; second conviction within 5 years = 30 days; third conviction within 10 years = 90 days. Impoundment or immobilization must not occur concurrently with incarceration. The court may dismiss the order of impoundment of any vehicles that are owned by the defendant if they are operated solely by the employees of the defendant or any business owned by the defendant.


    Conditions for Release of Persons Arrested for DUI-s. 316.193 (9), F.S.

    • • The person is no longer under the influence and;
    • • The person's normal faculties are no longer impaired;
    • • The person's blood/breath alcohol level is lower than 0.05; or
    • • Eight hours have elapsed from the time the person was arrested.


    DUI Misdemeanor Conviction: (Accident Involving Property Damage or Personal Injury)-s. 316.193 (3), F.S.

    • Any person who causes property damage or personal injury to another while driving under the influence is guilty of a First Degree Misdemeanor (not more than $1,000 fine or 1-year imprisonment).


    DUI Felony Conviction: (Repeat Offenders or Accidents Involving Serious Bodily Injury)-s. 316.193 (2),(3) F.S.

    • • Any person convicted of a third DUI within 10 years or a fourth or subsequent DUI commits a Third Degree Felony (not more than $5,000 fine and/or 5 years imprisonment).
    • • Any person who causes serious bodily injury while driving under the influence is guilty of a Third Degree Felony (not more than $5,000 fine and/or 5 years imprisonment) or if habitual/violent felony offender as provided in s. 775.084, F.S.


    Driver's license suspension (for a minimum of 30 days) is the primary concern of most people arrested for DUI. The suspension can last much longer than 30 days. If there were any "enhancements" to your charge; such as underage drinking, causing an accident, or having extremely high blood alcohol content, your license could be suspended even longer.

    DUI is one of the most committed crimes in the United States. Because it is so common many people do not take it as seriously as they should. DUI is a serious charge and it requires a serious defense. Attorney Ken Turner offers criminal defense representation for people facing felony or misdemeanor DUI charges throughout southwest Florida, including Collier County, Lee County, Charlotte County, and Hendry County. When you need a strong defense, call attorney Ken Turner for a free initial consultation. I have acquired a phone number that is easy for you to remember under stressful situations: (239)400-FREE.

    DUI arrests can impact your future long after the case has been resolved. An attorney may help minimize the impact the DUI arrest might have on your future. Whether you are a student at Florida Gulf Coast University who has been arrested for DUI and/or underage drinking charges or licensed professional, DUI defense attorney Ken Turner is here for you.
    DUI is an enhanceable offense; if you have a prior conviction on your record, it will make the penalties for a second and third DUI much more severe. If you had a drunk driving arrest last year and you didn't fight it or you lost, you may now face harsher penalties, even prison time for a second or third DUI.

    The best defense strategy for your particular case will depend upon the specific facts of your case and whether you have any prior convictions. In most cases, fighting the charge in an administrative hearing and in court will be the best option. In some cases pleading to a lesser traffic violation will be in your best interest. Because of the nature of DUI investigations and the uniqueness of individuals who are arrested, each and every DUI case is different.

    • DUI means operating a motor while under the influence. Were you actually operating the vehicle at the time of your arrest?
    • Police can't pull you over for no reason. What evidence do they give that they pulled you over for reasonable cause?
    • Did the police say you "failed" the field sobriety test? Field sobriety tests may be inaccurate. Prosecutors may emphasize the parts that were failed, but what parts did you pass? That needs to be in evidence, too.
     

    Contact a Naples Florida DUI Lawyer

    If you need help defending a DUI arrest, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Naples family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • CRIMINAL DEFENSE

    Criminal Defense Representation
    Experienced Affordable Criminal Defense Attorney | Naples and Fort Myers

    Lee County and Collier County Criminal Defense Attorney

     

    If you have been arrested, charged, indicted, or being investigated by law enforcement you need to seek a criminal defense attorney immediately. Each and every criminal case is different. Cases can be resolved in a few different ways.

     

    Plea bargains are a the most common way that criminal cases are resolved in Florida. However, plea bargains are not one size fits all. You need an advocate to represent you. The words you say can and will be used against you. Let your attorney do the talking.

     

    Trials are a riskier way to resolve criminal charges but sometimes they are necessary if the facts of your arrest and charges dictate.

     

    Attornery Ken Turner is an experienced affordable attorney for hard working people facing felony or misdemeanor charges in Lee County and Collier County.
    If you are a suspect in a criminal case it is never to early to contact an attorney, contact attorney Ken Turner right away.

     

    Defense on Felony and Misdemeanor Charges

    • • Drunk Driving (DUI) and other traffic offenses
    • • Drug Crimes possession, sale, distribution, manufacture, trafficking
    • • Sex Offenses rape, sexual assault, possession of child pornography, solicitation
    • • Violent Offenses assault and battery, vehicular manslaughter, armed robbery, homicide, murder
     

    Contact a Naples Criminal Lawyer

    If you need help defending a misdemeanor or felony arrest, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Florida family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

  • FORECLOSURE DEFENSE

    The prospect of foreclosure leaves many homeowners feeling frightened, helpless, and alone. As a foreclosure attorney, Attorney Ken Turner understands how devastating going through a foreclosure can be. Your home, after all, is more than just a residence – it’s the place where you and your family have built your lives.

    When You Need Answers

    For clients in Naples, Florida and all of southwest Florida, Attorney Ken Turner is available to answer all of your questions regarding foreclosure. Attorney Ken Turner does more than just provide foreclosure consultations; Ken Turner works with clients throughout the foreclosure process to ensure strong communication at every step.

    If you’re already in the midst of the foreclosure process, Attorney Ken Turner can assess your financial outlook and negotiate on your behalf with your lender. By speaking to a lawyer early, before your first missed mortgage payment, you’ll have a better understanding of your options. And in some cases, early legal intervention may even help you keep your home.

    Loan Modifications / Foreclosure Alternatives

    Getting that first foreclosure letter from the bank is not the beginning of the end. There are still many ways you can save your mortgage and keep your home. Attorney Ken Turner is experienced in avoiding foreclosures. Maybe a loan modification is all you need? We can consult with you and your bank to find the right modification for you. Maybe you need a short sell or another alternative. Whatever your circumstances are, Attorney Ken Turner is the person to call when you are facing a foreclosure and need help.

    Here to Help

    Foreclosure is stressful enough without having to worry about filing paperwork, researching available government aid programs, and dealing with creditors. Contact Attorney Ken Turner today to schedule a foreclosure consultation with a compassionate attorney who can provide assistance during this troublesome time.

  • PROPERTY DIVISION

    Property Division Representation
    Experienced Divorce Attorney | Fort Myers and Naples

    During a marriage assets and debts are accumulated by both either or both spouses. Who gets what and who is responsible for paying the debts is a question that must be resolved before the divorce can be finalized. Attorney Ken Turner can help protect your interests so that the divorce results in a fair and equitable distribution of the marital assets and liabilities.
    Attorney Ken Turner can help clients with all aspects of property division arrangements. We are adept at resolving these matters through negotiation, mediation and trial, giving our clients the best possible chance to achieve a fair division as affordable as possible. In determining a property division (also called equitable distribution) result, the law considers such factors as:

    • • Property Owned Prior to Marriage
    • • Contribution of Each Spouse to the Acquisition of the Marital Property
    • • Value of the Property Set Aside for Each Spouse
    • • Gifts or Inheritances


    The term "marital property" refers to wealth, assets, and debts acquired by either spouse during the marriage, with the exception of certain gifts and inheritances. Marital property may include retirement accounts, pensions, savings accounts, investment accounts, 401Ks, real property, and even such minute things as credit card awards points. It is important to remember that when determining the contribution of each spouse to the acquisition of marital property, a non-working spouse's contributions to the household are taken into account. Attorney Ken Turner will assist you avoiding waste of your assets and help protect your future responsibilities in regards to debt payments.

    Contact a Florida Divorce Lawyer

    If you need help seeking a property division settlement, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by phone at 239-400-3733 to speak with an affordable Naples family law attorney. We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment. We know that you have many responsibilities to juggle on a daily basis so we make ourselves available to you on weekends and evenings by appointment.

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  • 2180 W. First Street, Suite 100
    Fort Myers, FL 33901
  • (239)400-3733
  • Naples by appointment, please call.
  • kenturnerlaw@gmail.com
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