Taylor House, Esq.Attorney

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Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce and Custody
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Formation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
Education
  • JD, University of Arizona College of Law
  • BA, University of Arizona

Taylor House is an associate attorney with Kuzmich & Associates and specializes in all areas of family law, including divorce, child custody, paternity, support and legal separation. Before joining Kuzmich & Associates, Taylor managed his own successful family law practice and assisted an array of diverse clients in navigating complex divorce matters and contentious child custody disputes. Taylor takes a no-nonsense, results-oriented approach to helping his clients resolve family law matters that can often be emotional and complicated, particularly when children are involved.

Thorough, efficient and practical representation for evolving families

Like Jim, Taylor has an entrepreneurial streak and understands the needs of small business owners. Taylor provides a variety of commercial and transactional legal services, such as contract drafting and review, business formation, and other legal documents essential for small- and medium-sized businesses to thrive and grow.

Recent articles

  • What happens to accrued PTO upon termination?

    Recently, a question that seems to be posed to me by many business owners is:  “When an employee quits or is terminated, must I pay out accrued but unused paid time off?” Arizona law requires all employers to pay terminated employees all wages due to the employee following termination.  The question, however, is whether paid time off is “wages”.

  • New sick leave requirements for Arizona employers

    If you operate a business in Arizona, then you already know about Proposition 206, which increased the state minimum wage to $10 an hour beginning January 1, 2017. However, many employers are not aware of another important provision of this new law which requires employers to provide all employees earned paid sick time. Beginning July 1, 2017, employers will be subject to the following requirements under A.R.S. § 23-372.