Cynthia Trice, Esq.
- Family Law
- Contested Divorce
- Uncontested Divorce
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Juvenile Law
- Property Division
- Southern Illinois University School of Law
- Webster University
B.A. in Legal Studies
Cynthia Trice, Esq.
Empathy is an important attribute to consider when seeking a family law attorney. You want an attorney that is not only competent and diligent but also one who understands what you are going through. Cynthia Trice is an empathetic and compassionate attorney that will help you through this rough period in your life.
Cynthia Trice is an Associate Attorney in the Arnold, Missouri office. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Webster University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies. While in college, she was a member of several honor societies including Phi Theta Kappa, Lambda Epsilon Chi, and Tau Sigma. Subsequently, she graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Law, earning a Juris Doctor degree. Licensed in Missouri and Illinois, she participated in a pro bono lawyer program where she accepted family law cases through Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. In 2018, she was presented with the prestigious Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award by the president of the Missouri Bar.
When she is not working, she enjoys reading, history documentaries, walks in the park, and various personal research projects.
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Professional Associations and Memberships
- Mound City Bar Association
- The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
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