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Yalda Taghizadegan


Yalda joined the Bayley Law Firm in 2016.  She has become a real asset to the firm since that time assisting clients in estate planning, immigration, and business formation.  Her vision is to deliver creative and effective solutions, unique to every individual and family need. She strives to work with every client on ta personal basis and to offer the highest quality representation possible.  Clients who have worked with Yalda have been appreciative of her warm personal demeanor, dedication, and never give-up work ethic.

Yalda the daughter of immigrants brings a unique perspective to the Bayley Law Firm.  Yalda is native Houstonian but she also lived overseas for four years. Her back ground gives her a keen understanding of the immigration needs of our clients.

Graduating in May of 2016, Yalda attended South Texas College of Law Houston.  In her spare time, Yalda enjoys scuba diving, photography and graphic design, as well as kickboxing and yoga. She and her fiancé share a passion for traveling. Yalda enjoyed being involved with community service during her college years. She was a part of the Gamma Sigma Sigma National community service sorority (GSS) at the University of Texas in Dallas. They worked with local charities and National organizations such as the March of Dimes, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society and MADD. In addition, she volunteered in the Randall O. Sorrels Estate Planning Clinic to help low income individuals and families with their estate planning needs and worked with Catholic Charities to help low income families with their immigration issues.

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