Taylor Klauza is an associate attorney with Bean, Kinney & Korman practicing family law and domestic relations. She helps guide her clients through the complexities of divorce, child custody, spousal support and court proceedings, all with grace and steadfast responsibility to meet their desired outcomes.
Taylor is licensed to practice in Virginia and most recently worked as a law clerk for Judge Daniel S. Fiore II, Arlington County Circuit Court, where she assisted in navigating the new virtual legal landscape. As a judicial law clerk, she assisted with and observed multiple domestic relations cases involving intricate issues. While in law school, Taylor interned at Fairfax Circuit Court for the Honorable David A. Oblon.
Beyond the Suit
Taylor is a proud dog mom to her golden retriever, Jax, who she takes anywhere possible. Outside of the office, Taylor enjoys watching Survivor, reading fiction and traveling. One goal of Taylor’s is to visit all 50 US states.
Bar and Court Admissions
Supreme Court of Virginia
University of South Carolina, B.A., 2017, summa cum laude
George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2020, magna cum laude; Associate Editor, George Mason Law Review
Law Clerk to the Honorable Daniel S. Fiore II, Arlington County Circuit Court, 2020-2021