Tyler Carey grew up in Athens, Ohio and moved to Augusta, Georgia for college where he attended and graduated from Augusta University. During his undergraduate studies, Tyler was a member of the Student Conduct Board, as well as awarded the Who’s Who Among American College Students from Universities. After Augusta University, Tyler moved to Loganville to attend Emory University’s School of Law.
During Tyler's first year of law school, he interned for Bryan Frost which sparked his desire to help those overwhelmed by the legal system.
During his time at Emory, Tyler helped write am amicus curie brief to the United States Supreme Court in V.L. v. E.L on the importance of finality and stability in adoptions. The Supreme Court overturned the Alabama Supreme Court who had said a Georgia court erroneously applied Georgia adoption law to a homosexual couple. The Supreme Court thus said each state must give full faith and credit to all adoptions, regardless of sexual orientation.
During law school, Tyler had hands on experience with catastrophic losses from tractor-trailer wrecks, medical malpractice, premises liability, and negligent hiring. Tyler has a wide range of experience in criminal defense cases; from disorderly conduct to armed robbery, Tyler has helped his clients receive their fair trial, and has held the criminal justice system accountable to their burden. Tyler has also helped many clients in their domestic cases. From divorce, child custody, child support, and contempt.
When not practicing law, you can find Tyler on the golf course, at the movies, or spending time with his wife, two children, and chocolate lab - Clara.