Taylor P. Fish


Taylor concentrates her practice on matrimonial and family law. She has litigated a wide range of complex matrimonial and family law cases involving up to a billion dollars’ worth of assets and has argued numerous pre-trial matters in the New York State Supreme and Family Court related to various disputes, including discovery, custody, child support, and spousal maintenance.

Prior to Blank Rome, Taylor worked as an associate and law clerk for prominent matrimonial firms where she focused on a myriad of matrimonial and family law matters. She also served as a judicial intern for Judge Gail S. Tusan and Judge Kelly A. Lee of the Superior Court of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia.

Taylor has authored several family law-related articles, including the New York State Bar Association Family Law Review article entitled, “The High Stakes of International Custody Disputes.”

Outside the Firm

Taylor enjoys singing and playing the piano, outdoor activities, such as skiing and hiking, as well as cooking and reading. 



  • New York State Bar Association
Professional Activities

Taylor is actively involved in the New York State Bar Association as a member of its Family Law, Trial Lawyers, and Young Lawyers Sections. She also handles pro bono matters and has litigated three pro bono cases during the past year. 



  • New York


  • University of Michigan, BA
  • Emory University School of Law, JD