Since communication between client and lawyer is extremely important, I strive to return calls on the day received. I also provide every client with my cell phone number, status updates, and copies of all pleadings and correspondence. Basically, your needs are my priority, and I strive to make sure that every client knows this.
Having an experienced family law attorney, such as myself, on your side is only half the battle. Whether your case is complex or simple, both the attorney and the client must be prepared for each and every hearing, deposition or mediation. It is not unusual for the family law case to be the first time a client encounters the litigation process. That is why before each and every hearing, deposition or mediation, I meet and/or speak with my client to ensure that the client is prepared. Because I care about my clients and their families, I always go above and beyond to ensure that their position is aggressively and thoroughly presented.
Litigation can be expensive, especially where emotions are high. Our firm is able to structure a customized solution for every case, whether complex or simple, tailored to your financial strategies. The firm realizes the financial burden litigation places upon the client, and often offers payment plans and flat fee options when needed.
Work Experience and Education:
Family cases often involve complex and emotionally challenging issues, requiring a lawyer with experience, training and personal knowledge of family law issues. Throughout Ms. Taylor-Miller's career, she has dedicated her area of practice to family law. This experience allows Ms. Taylor-Miller to guide clients through the various issues arising in the area of family law. Her previous experiences as a foster care provider and volunteer guardian ad litem give her insight and a unique perspective to consider the best interest of the child(ren)-a major factor that judges consider in family law cases. Ms. Taylor-Miller's own marriage and child-rearing experiences assist in having the practical knowledge necessary to effectively practice family law.