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Marcellino & Tyson PLLC | Charlotte

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Favorite music
Widespread Panic
(Rock band)

39; born in Winston-Salem, bachelor’s from College of Charleston and law degree from Tulane University; married to wife, Christina, with daughter, Caroline, and son, Thomas.
Why he chose to specialize in this field
I’ve always been fascinated by business in general, especially their operations and governance, so it was easy to jump right into this
practice area.
What he’d be if not a lawyer
Professional golfer and/or stay-at-home dad.
Best advice received
For law: Get it in writing, and don’t let your emotions get involved in a case. In life: Decide what’s important to you, enjoy a sense of humor and otherwise relax.
Favorite place
Turks and Caicos. If you don’t know why, go check it out one day.
Favorite book
Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss. My kids are 5 and 4, plus it’s a good message.
Favorite TV show
At this stage in our lives, that’s just background noise. Is Alf still on TV?
Wife, kiddos, family weekends, golf, college football, history, a good beer and more golf.
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