Family Law · Elder Law · Estate Planning · Trust Administration
A graduate of Baylor Law School, Taylor Mohr worked at Wells Fargo as a Trust Administrator, and that experience gave her a unique and valuable insight into the drafting, administration, and litigation revolving around estate planning and elder law in general. In 2012, Taylor began practicing family law, and since then, she has handled more than 150 hearings, trials, and mediations for a myriad of family law issues. She has experienced outstanding success for her clients both in the courtroom and during settlement negotiations. Taylor joined Hammerle Finley in 2015 and now puts her unique combination of skills to good use practicing elder law, estate planning, trust administration, and family law.
Taylor graduated from high school at the age of 17 in the top 1% of her class. She then went on to Baylor University, where she received the “Presidential Scholarship” and earned a Bachelor’s degree in History with a Minor in Religion. She graduated summa cum laude at the age of 20 and was a member of 5 honor societies and the Baylor Songleaders dance team. Baylor University School of Law offered Taylor a full-tuition scholarship because of her 4.0 GPA and outstanding LSAT scores, so Taylor stayed at Baylor and earned the coveted title of “Double Bear.” While in law school, Taylor was a member of the Student Bar Association and completed internships at the Office of the General Counsel for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs and for the Honorable Judge Walter Smith. She also acted as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children going through the foster care system. Taylor graduated from Baylor Law School in the top 30% of her class just after her 23rd birthday.
At the age of 3, Taylor Mohr was adopted, and that began a life-long interest in and passion for the law and the legal process. Taylor has made it her life’s mission to help guide others through the incredibly complex and sometimes overwhelming legal system. She takes the time to truly listen to her clients, educate them on the law in a way that is understandable, and advocate for their best interest- all because she knows first-hand how important it is to have good representation.
Taylor married her high school sweetheart in March 2012 and welcomed her first son in September 2014. She is also a certified Sommelier and an admitted foodie and travel lover.
Bar Admissions and Certifications:
Admitted to Texas State Bar, 2012
Certified Ad Litem, 2015
Juris Doctor, Baylor University School of Law, 2012
Bachelor of Arts, Baylor University, 2009
Areas of practice
Denton County Bar Association
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
Dallas Bar Association
Tarrant County Bar Association
State Bar of Texas- Family Law Section
State Bar of Texas- Real Estate, Probate & Trust law (REPTL) Section
Awards and Recognition:
“Top 10 Best Female Attorney” by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, 2016
“Superb” Rating by AVVO, 2016
“Client’s Choice” Award from AVVO, 2015