Gary M. Laturno, Esq., former FBI Chief of Civil Litigation, FBIHQ, Washington, D. C., draws upon his professional experience as an attorney, arbitrator, mediator, real estate broker and investor, helping clients resolve complex legal and financial issues — especially as they relate to homeownership, personal finance, money management and wealth building.
After counseling more than 2,000 homeowners in financial distress since 2007, Gary co-authored two books in 2013: "The U. S. Housing Crisis, Lessons Learned" and Three Steps to Wealth & Financial Security: All the Glitters Isn’t Gold. The books draw on real-world examples to offer straightforward guidance and recommendations to enable readers to take charge of their financial futures.
In his 30 plus year legal career, he has successfully resolved countless disputes for a wide range of clients, both public and private, in the areas of real estate, business, employment, wage and hour, discrimination, sexual harassment, landlord tenant, construction defect, partnership dissolutions, attorney-client fee disputes, legal malpractice, financial disputes, personal injury and even family law.
Gary frequently speaks at conferences, events and national webinars on multiple topics including real estate, tax and bankruptcy law, as well as financial planning, money management and wealth building. He has an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell and was named to "Top Lawyers in San Diego" by San Diego Magazine and "Top Lawyers in Southern California" by the Los Angeles Times.