Kenneth "Ken" Clayton


Orlando/Maitland Office
The Clayton & McCulloh Building
1065 Maitland Center Commons Blvd.
Maitland, FL  32751

(407) 875-2655
(407) 875-3363

About Attorney Kenneth "Ken" Clayton:

Ken Clayton was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. He has practiced law in Central Florida, since 1974, primarily in the areas of Real Property, Corporate and Civil law with an emphasis in the area of condominium and planned unit development law. His client representation in this area has included numerous community associations along with developers, title insurance companies, lenders, purchasers and individual homeowners. Ken is involved with clients in creating, developing, and operating community properties. He assists clients with the purchase, sale and financing of existing and proposed projects.  He also handles the sale, negotiation and closing of individual units. Ken has represented associations, individual and groups of owners and developers in connection with a wide variety of community association matters, including the turnover of control of the association by the developer to the homeowners. He also has represented various specialty types of associations, such as timeshares, condotels, marinas and fly-in communities. He has represented many associations in their ongoing legal matters, including drafting, interpreting and enforcing their covenants and restrictions. His practice has included litigating and negotiating construction contracts and handling land use matters. Eminent domain, particularly the unique aspects of dealing with the taking of association properties in right-of-way takings, is an important part of his practice. 
In 2009, Ken and his partner, Neal McCulloh, formed Community Association Title, Inc. (CAT).  This title insurance agency has been engaged to provide unique title examination and analysis needed by our association clients. CAT also has an active title insurance and real estate settlement services business which is made available to clients of the law firm and to the public.