Taylor Mohr distinguishes herself by offering effective, affordable, and compassionate legal services. Her practice focuses on family law in Williamson and Travis counties. She is a member of the Williamson County Bar Association, Texas Bar Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Baylor Law Alumni Association.
Taylor graduated from the Baylor Law School. She attended this prestigious university with a full-tuition scholarship. As a law student, she balanced her studies with a variety of extracurricular work, serving as Secretary and Executive Vice-President for the Student Bar Association and working as an editing assistant for professor Gerald Powell, director of the “Practice Court” program. She also clerked for Judge Walter Smith and for the Office of the General Counsel for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
After completing her studies at Baylor Law, Taylor worked as a Trust Administrator for Wells Fargo Bank. While there, she gained an insider’s perspective on estate planning and personal finance management and is able to draw on that knowledge to help her clients in dividing assets during divorce.
Taylor grew up in Nacogdoches, Texas. She was adopted at the age of three and that experience directly correlates with her lifelong interest and passion for the adoption process and family law. She began dancing when she was five-years-old and competed across the nation for the next eighteen years. As an undergraduate, she studied History and Religion at Baylor University and was a recipient of a “Presidential Scholarship” offered to students with an exceptional GPA and ACT score. She was a member of five honor societies and graduated summa cum laude in 2009 at the age of 20.
In the spring of 2012, Taylor married her high school sweetheart, and they welcomed their son in 2014. The Mohrs live in Lewisville with their two dogs.