For the past five years, I worked for a major law firm in Miami-Dade. In my tenure at the firm, I practiced in the following areas: Family Law, Estate Planning, and Real Estate Transactions. After five years of dilligently working to defend the interests of my clients, I have decided to open my own firm.
I am dedicated to the ethical pracitce of law and I am comitted to making sure that my clients get the results that are in their best interest.
Contact Turner Myers for an honest, dedicated, and commited attorney.
The attorney was polite, courteous, and professional.
When I initially meet a client I give them the opportunity to describe their grivance from their prosective. Once they are given the opportunity to express themsevles completely, I ask tailored questions that will extract the details that I need to determine if a viable legal claim exists. Once that is accomplished I explain the law as it relates to their grievance. Since this is their claim, I like for the client to feel empowered at all stages of the process. It is my job to not only make my clients feel confident in my ability to represent them but to make them feel comfortable interacting with me.
It is my primary obligation that I equitably defend my client within the confinds of their comfort zone.
I graduated fromFlorida Atlantic University with a Bachelors degree in International Business and Trade. After completely my bachelors I attended Florida A&M University College of Law. I graduated from law school in May 2014. I was admitted to the Florida Bar in September of 2014. I am alos admitted to practice law in the Southern District of Florida.
Aside from my legal education, I am a licensed Real Estate Broker in the Florida.
I have worked with a wide array of cleints. Cleints and colleagues have described me as passionate, honest, loyal, and dilligent.
I recommned to every prosective client that they hire an attorney that they are comfortable working with. Their attorney needs to be someone that will relate to their grievance and work hard to advocate for them.