Taylor joined Peek Goldstone in 2018 shortly after moving back to Colorado. Taylor’s practice primarily focuses on family law and criminal defense. She previously counseled family law clients while working with Van Ness, Williamson, LLP, and she remains passionate about her work in family law, which includes divorce, separation, custody issues, support, maintenance (alimony), and paternity cases. Taylor is also a zealous advocate for her criminal defense clients. While working at the Weld County and Larimer County District Attorney’s Offices, she gained invaluable experience from the prosecutor’s side of the table. Now that she is in private practice on the opposite side of the table, she uses that experience to litigate cases with a better understanding of what a likely offer will be, and, what could happen if your case goes to trial.
Taylor’s background includes time with the Weld County District Attorney’s Office, the Larimer County District Attorney’s Office, Van Ness, Williamson, LLP, and the Oregon Department of Education. She received a B.A. from the University of Colorado Boulder and her J.D. from the University of Willamette in Oregon. While she loved her time in Oregon, Colorado has always been home, so Taylor decided to move back to be closer to her family and is excited to continue practicing in Colorado, where she represents clients residing in Boulder, Weld, Adams, Broomfield, Denver, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, and surrounding areas in Northern Colorado.
Whether it be a contentious divorce case or high stakes criminal case, one of the things that Taylor enjoys most is researching complex legal issues and crafting innovative solutions to obtain the best possible outcomes for her clients. Outside of the office, Taylor enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors, whether it be running, hiking or snowboarding.