Tyler Allen Law Firm, PLLC offers legal representation in Criminal Defense, Juvenile Criminal Defense, Employment Law, Estate Planning, and Domestic Partnership Planning matters.
Tyler Allen Law Firm prides itself on providing superior representation and cost-effective solutions to your legal issues.
When you hire us to represent you, you gain the knowledge that that your case is going to be handled by an attorney whom you will work closely with. Open communication is key to effective legal service. You need to feel comfortable speaking with your attorney when you have questions or concerns. When you retain us, you can be confident that you will be empowered with the information you need to make the right decisions.
About Tyler K. Allen
Attorney Tyler K. Allen was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tyler completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Utah. There, he founded the Mock Trial team and was a judiciary intern in the United States Senate. Prior to attending law school, Tyler worked in Utah Governor John Huntsman's office in communications, campaign finance, and voter outreach.
During law school Tyler was active in mock trial, completed an externship with the Arizona Court of Appeals, and worked as a law clerk for Maricopa County Attorneys Office. Tyler graduated from Arizona State University Law School and was admitted to the Arizona Bar in 2009. He represents clients in Employment Law, Estate Planning, Criminal Defense, and DUI & Traffic Defense matters.
Admitted: Arizona, U.S. Dt. Ct. of Arizona
Law School: Arizona State University College of Law, J.D.
Undergraduate: University of Utah, B.S. Political Science, cum laude
About Anjali Patel
Anjali obtained her undergraduate degree in Molecular Biosciences and Biotechnology from Arizona State University with a Certificate in the History and Philosophy of Science, before attending the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. While in law school, Anjali had the tremendous opportunity to complete a summer internship with Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Washington, D.C. and extern for Federal District Court Judge Stephen McNamee. She also clerked with the Pima County Legal Defender's Office.
Admitted to practice in Arizona since 2010, Anjali assists small to mid-size businesses in matters ranging from new entity formation to contracts negotiation and administration. She also handles criminal and civil traffic matters, including representation of a large number of commercial truck operators. Her legal experience has been focused on detailed legal research, aggressive motion practice, pretrial litigation as well as trial practice. Anjali also provides consulting for businesses, providing relevant writing, research and analysis in legal, policy, contracts, grants and marketing-relaqted endeavors.
About Shannon Peters
Shannon Peters joined the Tyler Allen Law Firm in 2013 and practices primarily in the area of criminal defense, civil traffic defense, and employment law. Shannon also represents clients in various administrative proceedings before several state and local agencies, as well as with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department, including suspension hearings.
Shannon is a Chicago native. Shannon graduated from Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa in 2004 and then attended Drake University Law School in Des Moines, Iowa. Since her relocation to Arizona in 2007, Shannon has represented countless clients in photo radar, civil traffic, DUI, misdemeanor and felony cases. Shannon strives to provide all my clients with thorough, competent and aggressive representation on their criminal cases. Shannon is a graduate of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyer's College.
Shannon is active in many active animal rescue organizations and volunteers with several animal advocacy groups. She also enjoys bikram yoga and karaoke.
- State of Arizona - 2008
- Arizona District Court - 2010
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
- Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Eastern District of Wisconsin
What We Offer
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