Logan K. Taylor

Practice Areas

Logan is an associate trial attorney who is a former Buchanan County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.  Her area of emphasis is family law, criminal defense, and civil trial practice.

Courts Admitted to Practice

Logan is licensed to practice in all Missouri state and municipal courts and the Eastern and Western District Federal Courts.

Education and Professional Experience

Logan received her Bachelor Degree from Northwest Missouri State University, in Maryville, Missouri, where she majored in Political Science with a minor in Business, and with a special emphasis in pre-law. Following her undergraduate studies, Logan attended Washburn School of Law in Topeka, Kansas, where she completed an emphasis in family law and trial practice. As a Missouri licensed attorney, Logan was an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Buchanan County. During her time as Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Logan prosecuted thousands of misdemeanor and felony cases including involuntary manslaughter, traffic, DWI/DUI, careless and imprudent driving, possession of controlled substances, assaults, burglaries, and many other criminal matters.

Personal Information

Logan grew up in Saint Joseph, Missouri where she attended Central High School. Logan recognizes that family law matters are among the most emotional issues that many people will face in their lifetime, especially if children are involved. Logan will assist and guide you through a fair settlement or, if necessary, a contested trial. Logan also recognizes how important it is to navigate the criminal court system if you find yourself charged with a serious crime. At Taylor Siemens, we are your side – call us when your family is at stake!

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