Practice Areas 2017-03-24T21:22:50+00:00

Our Practices

Family Law
Business & Employment Law
Civil Litigation
Disability & ERISA

Family Law

Matters of family and domestic law are likely to be the most personal and highly emotional areas of law that we can practice. Family law issues could take a huge toll on your life and in all likelihood will affect your life and the lives of those around you, including your children. You should take every necessary step, which includes retaining a Charlotte family lawyer, to safeguard your future. Read more.

Family Law
Business and Employment Law

Business and Employment Law

From start to finish, our firm counsels businesses and individuals in all matters of business law. Our purpose is to provide effective legal representation which results with each client obtaining their goals and maximizing their potential for continued success. Marcellino & Tyson’s employment law practice advocates for clients in every area of employment law. Our attorneys offer comprehensive employment law services to both employers and employees. Read more.

Civil Litigation

Results Matter. Our experienced attorneys at Marcellino & Tyson, PLLC have represented thousands of clients facing a wide range of legal issues from contract disputes to motor vehicle accidents. We protect our clients’ future by providing smart and effective legal solutions. Client satisfaction is at the forefront of our representation. Read more.

Civil Law
Disibility & ERISA

Disability Claims and ERISA

Too frequently, employees who become disabled, find their legitimate benefit claims are refused. When this happens, the ERISA law enables them to challenge those refusals. Marcellino & Tyson represent clients in the matters of Employee Retirement Income Security Act, also referred to as ERISA. Our attorneys work closely with clients on issues involving all areas of employee benefits law, such as ESOPs, 401(k) plans, pension plans, health plans, disability plans, cafeteria plans, nonqualified deferred compensation, stock-based compensation, severance arrangements, and executive compensation. Read more.