Taylor is a member of our Client Support Specialist team. She works cross-functionally to support the case managers and attorneys in preparing documents and providing service to our clients. She is an integral part of the process that helps clients prepare their estate plans. She helps clients by answering their questions, finalizing their documents, and maintaining updates on their matters. In the time that Taylor has been with the firm, she has found a passion for working in our MassHealth Department. She is grateful for the strong bond that unites our employees, the warm, appreciative tone set by Dan and Michelle, and the fact that her efforts make a difference in the lives of others. She finds it gratifying that she is able to lighten the workload of those she assists and improve our clients’ experience working with our team. In her free time, Taylor enjoys spending summertime hours on her boyfriend’s boat and on the beach and the wintertime hours visiting the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
What do you like about working at the firm?
I love how strong of a bond our team has, the appreciation Dan and Michelle show their employees, and just my work in general. I enjoy doing MassHealth and knowing my work made a difference in someone’s life.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and boyfriend. In the summers we enjoy spending time on his boat, and in winters, we enjoy going up north to New Hampshire.
What are 3 positive words you think people might use to describe you?
Nice, empathetic, funny
What do you want our clients to know about you?
I have 2 cats, Duke and Lola, and I live with my boyfriend Chris, in New Bedford. I am the first one in my family to graduate college, obtaining my Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Later, I earned my Paralegal certificate at Boston University. I love spending summers at the beach and on my boyfriend’s boat, and winters up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, tubing and snowmobiling. I used to figure skate when I was a kid.
I served and bartended for 7 years, before joining the team at Surprenant & Beneski. I still serve two nights per week at the restaurant I have been working at for 5 years (Knuckleheads).
What’s your favorite local spot?
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