The Out of State Division of the Florida Bar recently featured tax attorney Tyler DeWitt in a recent newsletter:

Tyler DeWitt is an attorney with DeWitt Law PC, with offices in Memphis and Nashville. He focuses his practice on federal and state tax issues. “Typical cases range from IRS criminal tax investigations to audits, tax court litigation and foreign asset reporting issues,” he says. “As an active CPA, I also regularly counsel clients
on how to stay out of tax trouble.”

A Tennessean, Tyler attended The University of Memphis where he received the BBA in accounting, the MS in accounting and the JD. He is admitted to practice in Tennessee, Florida and the U.S. Tax Court. What attracted Tyler to Florida? “Although I grew up in Tennessee, I was born in Pensacola, so Florida is a very special place for me,” he explains. “I wanted eventually to have a presence in Florida, so I decided to go ahead and take the Florida bar exam while I was fresh out of law school. I’m proud to say Memphis Law had a 100 percent pass rate on the exam that year, and I haven’t looked back since. I plan to open a Tampa office in the near future.”

Along with a busy tax practice, Tyler serves as a commissioner on the Tennessee Post Conviction Defender Oversight Commission, which oversees a team of attorneys providing post-trial legal representation for indigent death-row inmates. He also volunteers with Memphis Area Legal Services and is co-chairman of the Memphis Pillars of Excellence event, a University of Memphis Alumni Association program that recognizes excellence in the law.

Read the entire spotlight on Tyler in the Winter 2018 edition of The Florida Bar Out-of-State Division newsletter.

“The Out of State Division (OOSD) of the Florida Bar represents the interests of Florida Bar members who presently reside out of the State of Florida. It is currently estimated that about 18,000 Florida Bar members reside out of state, making such group the largest division of the Florida Bar.”

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