Grace Taylor is an associate in Armstrong Teasdale’s Corporate Services practice group with a focus on tax, employee benefits and estate planning.
Grace has experience counseling clients through all stages of becoming tax-exempt organizations, in addition to working with individuals and businesses in tax controversy matters before the Internal Revenue Service and Missouri Department of Revenue. She also assists employers in drafting, amending and implementing employee benefits programs, ensuring tax and ERISA compliance. Grace has advised clients on estate planning, helping them to protect their assets and legacy through various planning tools.
Prior to joining the firm as an attorney, Grace worked for Armstrong Teasdale as a law clerk. She gained valuable experience representing clients in tax controversies before the IRS while at the Washington University Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. Grace was also a judicial extern to the Hon. Martha L. Walters, Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court.
- Washington University School of Law (J.D., 2020)
- Washington University Jurisprudence Review, Senior Editor
- Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
- Seattle University (B.A., cum laude, 2016)
- History; Minor in Medieval Studies
- American Bar Association
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance