CHESTER COUNTY PROTHONOTARY
“The Prothonotary’s office must provide economical, effective, and timely services. We deserve a Prothonotary who understands the ‘how and why’ documents are filed and distributed. It makes sense that the person handling legal filings should have the training and experience to understand how the legal system works. I am an attorney who has long served individuals who cannot afford legal representation. I believe everyone deserves the right to be heard.” - Michael Taylor
Mike, a practicing litigator for over 24 years, understands that a properly functioning court system begins in the Prothonotary’s office. In county government, the Prothonotary is the chief civil legal clerk of the Court. All civil filings first come to the Prothonotary before being shepherded to the next stage of the legal system.
In 2013, Mike established a legal practice meant to open legal services to individuals who ordinarily could not afford legal representation. He has had the privilege of representing people and business throughout the Commonwealth and know the importance of a well-organized, helpful court system in the search for justice.
Mike has lived in Uwchlan Township since 1999, where he volunteered time with youth sports through LYA and CYO, and the Boy Scouts of America. Mike also had the high honor of serving as a Hearing Officer for the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, where he evaluated attorney conduct and made recommendations on attorney discipline.
Juris Doctor, Temple University – Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
B.A. Economics and Political Science Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts