Caring, Compassionate and Competent Representation.
As a former prosecutor and as chief law clerk to two President Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, Ms. Henry-Taylor has had the unique opportunity to view the judicial system from the perspective of both the Commonwealth and the Court, and such experience will be beneficial to clients when determining case strategies.
With respect to the field of Family Law, Ms. Henry-Taylor has handled domestic disturbance cases, appeared in Juvenile Court on both Dependency (abused and neglected children) and Delinquency (criminal conduct of children) matters, and she has been representing pro-bono PFA clients for many years. She has objectively evaluated her clients' needs and has resolved their legal issues.
Ms. Henry-Taylor has served as Guardian ad Litem, CJA Federal Public Defender Panel Attorney, Parent Advocate Panel Attorney, and Parent Coordinator.
Laura Delarosa is a 2015 Graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Law School. Delarosa received Honors for Outstanding Achievement upon graduation from law school. She received her B.A. from John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in Spanish.
Extraordinarily, prior to attending Law School, Delarosa gained valuable legal experience from working as a legal assistant to criminal trial Attorney in New York City and a Constituent Liaison to a local politician. During law school, Delarosa provided valuable legal services to underrepresented communities through her work with Neighborhood Legal Services, Southwestern Legal Services, Veterans and the Education Law Center. Since graduating law school, Delarosa worked with Friends of Farm Workers where she was able to utilize her bilingual and advocacy skills with immigrant communities.
The purpose of an initial consultation with the Henry-Taylor Law is for us to advise you, the prospective client, what, if anything, may be done for you, and what the minimum fee therefore will be. The purpose is not to render a definitive legal opinion as it may be impossible to fully assess a matter within the time frame allotted for a consultation or with the information or documents that you may be able to provide at the initial consultation.
One of three outcomes is possible following your consultation:
A. You desire to have us represent you and we desire to represent you;
B. We decline representation; or
C. You decide not to use our services.
It is important to note that even if, after the initial consultation, you desire to have Us represent You and We desire to represent You, Our actual representation of you does not begin until both parties have made payment and signed the Engagement Letter, a separate document which sets forth the specific terms and conditions of Our representation.
The questions in the applicable questionnaire will help us to understand the reason for your consultation.