Divorce Attorney Ron Taylor
Get to Know Ron
Your Guide Through Unfamiliar Territory
I grew up in a small town in the middle of California. At 15, I began working as a summer guide in the Sierras taking people into the mountains on horseback and packing their gear on mules. I grew to be an exceptional guide and could get you anywhere, trail or not. That work led to a job with the U.S. Park Service in Yosemite National Park, helping build miles of trail throughout the park where we worked with a crew that built a roman arch over a creek bed in the middle of the wilderness. I came to Colorado for law school, and never left. I am passionate about family law, and especially helping parents and their children navigate through the difficult trails that lead to the other side of a divorce or custody case.
My Mother was a special education teacher. She passed on her passion for helping family and kids. As a mountain guide, I learned the importance of hard work, preparation, planning, and most important, strength. There is an old saying attributed to Theodore Roosevelt, talk softly, and carry a big stick. That saying best describes how I handle a family law case. When you are prepared, you don’t need to raise your voice or threaten the other side. You can be firm and strong in negotiations, because the folks on the other side know that you are prepared and that you will do what is necessary to get a fair result.
A Strong Advocate for Divorce and Family Law Clients
Ron received his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of California at Davis. He earned his law degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder. While at Davis, Ron ran a tutoring program for elementary school kids in a small community near Davis, California. During law school, Ron clerked for a U.S. Magistrate Judge in Los Angeles, where he drafted opinions on cases, and spent one on one time with the Judge learning lessons on research and writing.
Ron has practiced in family law and criminal law for two decades and has developed substantial experience guiding clients in high asset financial issues, custody disputes, contested adoptions, marital agreements, and child custody jurisdictional issues between states and overseas. He understands the emotional roller coaster of the process and the complexities in family law matters and is uniquely qualified to guide you through to a successful life after your case concludes.
University California, Davis: B.S. in Psychology
University of Colorado, Boulder: Flemming Hall School of Law
Loyola University School of Law: Visiting Student, Los Angeles
Colorado Bar Association