Meet the Attorneys of Our Law Firm in East Tawas, MI
Ronald R. Tyler, J.D. is a graduate of the Detroit College of Law who earned his Juris Doctorate Degree in 1971. He is admitted to practice in all Michigan Courts, including Federal Courts and the Supreme Court, and has served as the President of the 23rd Judicial Circuit Court Bar Association. His prior education includes undergraduate work at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, where he majored in social studies and the sciences. In 1972, Mr. Tyler was appointed Prosecuting Attorney for the County of Iosco, where he served in such capacity through 1976. Since then, he has engaged in private practice representing clients in the northeast Michigan area for a wide range of legal matters, including trial litigation. He is experienced and has been successful in numerous jury trials, both civil and criminal, and he presently practices with his sons, Stephen W. Tyler, J.D. and Nathan R. Tyler, J.D.
Stephen W. Tyler, J.D. earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan, in 1994. His postgraduate work includes international comparative criminal law studies conducted in London, England. In 1989, he acquired his undergraduate Bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University, where he majored in Business Administration. Mr. Tyler has served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and Defense Attorney Advocate and participated in many successful jury trials. He is a member and former President of the 23rd Judicial Circuit Bar Association, and is admitted to practice in Michigan Courts. He currently practices both civil and criminal law.
Nathan R. Tyler, J.D. is a graduate of Michigan State University Law School (formerly Detroit College of Law), where he earned the degree of Juris Doctor Cum Laude in 1999. In 1995, he acquired his undergraduate Bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University, where he majored in Political Science Pre Law. He is a present member of the 23rd Judicial Circuit Bar Association and has served as criminal law and juvenile law advocate. He is admitted to practice in the Michigan Courts and presently practices civil, criminal, and juvenile law.