Charlotte Family, Business & ERISA Disability Law Attorneys
When you are insulated from risk and concern, you do your best work and live your best life. Marcellino & Tyson exists to proactively protect your interests to give you peace of mind and control. When it’s time to go on the offensive, we work to quickly neutralize your situation and set you up with the best resolution for your future success. We are here to protect what’s yours.
Marcellino & Tyson Law Firm is listed in Super Lawyers® Rising Stars, which includes less than 2.5% of the nation’s top attorneys!
Family issues are always complicated
we have been through this before and are here to be your counselor for the range of sensitive issues associated with your marriage, children, parents, and relatives. We listen to you to understand your unique position and all sensitivities and then frame your case to achieve the best possible results for your situation.
Life can surprise you sometimes
we get it. An issue or accident arises and now you need someone to look out for what is best for you. We counsel you on a wide range of issues including personal injury, construction and real estate laws, warranties, and insurance disputes. We are here to make you whole again as soon as possible.
Just over four years ago I found myself in a civil matter with my ex spouse that lead me to believe there was no light at the end. I was fighting to see my son and be able to keep a roof over my head at the same time. While living in Orlando FL, Matt put forth the effort and gave the time to help me in a way that I could never have expected. I owe the relationship that I have with my son now in most part to what Matt was able to help me accomplish.
In 2013, the Mecklenburg County District Court Judge entered a Court Order in our client’s favor at the conclusion of an Alimony and Equitable Distribution trial. That Court, after lengthy arguments and production of case law, attributed almost no debt to our client and awarded her a sizable share of the parties’ marital estate, including retirement funds from her ex-husband’s retirement accounts.