Attorney at Law
Taylor Darcy’s story began back when he was approximately twelve years old. His family moved from Utah to California in June of 1989. They loved the sunshine and beauty of San Diego. His family marveled that you could walk outside on December 25th and wear just a t-shirt. It was such a dramatic change from what they had experienced when they lived in Utah.
Taylor’s father began working as a carpet cleaner. His father learned the trade from an already established company – Woodfield Brothers Chem-Dry. Taylor’s father enjoyed the work and was good at it.
Eventually, his father began working for The Carpet Consultants, a sister company of Woodfield Brothers Chem-Dry. They had so much work in North County San Diego that they could not do it all. The Carpet Consultants asked his father if he wanted to take over the North County area since Taylor’s family lived there.
Thus, The Carpet Consultants of Escondido was born. They used the name, but Taylor’s parents solely owned it. Taylor began helping his parents with the business. It was a unique opportunity to see how a company was run and to get to spend time with his family. Taylor saw first hand the ups and downs of a small business. Taylor knows what it is like to deal with vendors, creditors, and clients.
Several years ago, Taylor Darcy was trying to decide out how he wanted to contribute to the world. He initially settled on becoming a neurosurgeon, but then calculus ruined that possibility. Calculus was a required course for the science classes he needed, and a lot of medical schools required it as well. Taylor attempted to take calculus multiple times. He just could not get a good enough grade in it. He bought books. Taylor went to tutoring. Taylor did everything but get a private tutor. After attempting it several times, he realized that medical school was just not meant for him.
After additional soul searching, Taylor realized that he did not have to go to medical school to contribute to the world positively. Taylor remembered what it felt like to struggle with his parents’ business. He remembered the frustration and angst that came with trying to find clients and pay the bills. Taylor realized that helping individuals and companies was his opportunity to change the world.
Taylor realized that he might not be able to change everyone’s world, but he could change the world for some individuals and businesses. The dream of Think Legal, P.C., (previously Darcy Law) began. Taylor knew that it would take years of hard work and education, but in the end, if he could make life easier and businesses more profitable while retaining wealth, it could be life-changing for those businesses. He could give to others what he wished his parents would have had.
Think Legal, P.C. Beginnings
Taylor Darcy began his journey to opening Think Legal, P.C., (previously Darcy Law) by enrolling in a Master of Business Administration program at National University. He decided that financial management was the area he could help businesses the most. After-all, the one thing he knew was that businesses always struggled with having enough capital. Taylor completed the degree by writing a business plan for a law practice.
After earning his MBA, Taylor Darcy went on to California Western School of Law in San Diego. Taylor spent his time working towards a Business Law Concentration. He earned the concentration with honors.
Taylor Darcy opened Think Legal, P.C., (previously Darcy Law) to help individuals and businesses like his parents succeed. Think Legal, P.C., helps entrepreneurs, startups, small and medium businesses with their legal needs. We help them grow and develop to succeed.
Juris Doctor – Business Law Concentration (Honors) – California Western School of Law
Master of Business Administration – Financial Management – National University
Master of Forensic Science – Investigations – National University
Bachelor of Arts – Criminology and Justice Studies – California State University – San Marcos
Volunteer – Access to Law Initiative
Member of the Board of Directors – Access to Independence
Adjunct Professor – Southwestern Community College
State Bar of California
United States District Court Southern District of California
United States Bankruptcy Court Southern District of California