STEPHEN E. TURMAN has been representing clients in the areas of trust and estates litigation, complex commercial litigation and employment disputes since 1999.   Over the years, Steve has earned a reputation in among clients, judges and adversaries for being a tenacious advocate for his clients in commercial disputes, contested probate proceedings, will and trust construction proceedings, kinship proceedings, contested accountings and spousal rights cases.  Steve brings a passion of the law and compassion for his clients to every case accepted by Turman Legal Solutions.


Cornell Law School, J.D. 1999 (Certified in Business Law and Regulation)
Managing Editor, Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy

Binghamton University (SUNY), B.A. 1996 (magma cum laude)


N.Y., 2000, N.J., 2000, SDNY, EDNY, DNJ


  • Mr. Turman is an active member of the Long Island community and was appointed by former County Executive Tom Suozzi to serve on the Nassau County Board of Ethics between May 2007 and May 2013
  • Mr. Turman was named as one of Long Island's 40 Rising Stars under 40 by the Long Island Business News in 2008.



Uniondale, New York

Mr. Turman formed Turman Legal Solutions PLLC to provide premium legal services in the areas of trusts and estates litigation, administration and planning and in the areas of commercial and employment litigation.  

MORITT HOCK & HAMROFF LLP (2003-2022) (80+ attorneys)

Garden City, New York

Mr. Turman was Counsel and Senior Litigator in the firm's Trusts and Estates Department, Commercial Litigation Department and  Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights Department.

BROWN RAYSMAN MILLSTEIN FELDER & STEINER LLP (later Thelen LLP) (2002-2003) (400+ attorneys) 

New York, New York

Mr. Turman was an associate in the firm's Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights Department.

COLE SCHOTZ P.C. (1999-2002) (150+ attorneys)

Hackensack, New Jersey (Main Office)

Mr. Turman was an associate in the Firm's Commercial Litigation and Bankruptcy Departments.


Mr. Turman is an active member of the Nassau County Bar Association, New York Bar Association and American Bar Association.