James Elliott is a native of Tampa, Florida. After graduating from Tampa Jesuit High School, he attended the University of Florida where he received a Bachelor of Arts, and then continued his education at the Florida State University where he received a Master of Arts. Mr. Elliott received his Juris Doctor degree from the Syracuse University College of Law, where he served as Articles Editor for the Labor Lawyer Journal, and earned a Certificate of Concentration in Corporate Counsel. More recently, Mr. Elliott earned a Certificate in Financial Management from Cornell University. He has published several articles in various legal journals around the country, including the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal.
Mr. Elliott began his career as a judicial extern with a former bankruptcy judge, Judge Stephen D. Gerling of the Northern District of New York. Mr. Elliott then continued to practice bankruptcy law and consumer protection in Tampa, Florida and joined the McIntyre Thanasides law firm in 2010. He focuses his practice on providing clients with individualized financial solutions. Mr. Elliott represents clients through personal and business bankruptcy, out-of-court debt restructurings, negotiations with the Internal Revenue Service, and assists consumers and businesses with various collections matters. Whether representing businesses or individuals, Mr. Elliott takes pride in assisting clients in creating financial plans that meet their particular goals.
Mr. Elliott is a member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers, the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association, the Temple Terrace Bar Association and the Florida Bar. In addition to growing up in Tampa and dedicating his career to assisting Tampa Bay area residents, he also raises his family of two children in Tampa. He enjoys volunteering as a youth soccer coach and trainer for the Florida Soccer Club, Spirit of Tampa Bay.