Education

  • Florida International University
  • Law Degree - Arizona State University

Vince de la Cruz

Attorney

Vince de la Cruz graduated from Florida International University (Miami, FL) with a degree in Public Administration and earned his JD from Arizona State University. Vince’s educational foundation reflects his dedication to both law and business. With an additional Master of Business Administration from St. Thomas University (Miami Gardens, FL), his expertise spans beyond the legal realm. He is an experienced professional with a diverse background that has shaped his legal journey.

Throughout his esteemed career, Vince takes immense pride in his ability to provide assistance to clients when others couldn’t, always maintaining a sense of fairness and integrity. A standout accomplishment includes his successful resolution of a substantial loss of use claim for a tractor-trailer case, a highlight that underscores his legal expertise.

Vince’s aspiration remains steadfast: to passionately advocate for his clients, leveraging his expertise to deliver optimal outcomes. Guided by the principles of detailed planning and unwavering dedication, he upholds a professional and personal reputation for excellence.

Originating from the vibrant city of Miami, Florida, Vince’s upbringing in the dynamic Shenandoah area, with its closeness to distinct cultural landmarks, has contributed to his well-rounded perspective. The great influence of his father, characterized by a strong work ethic and a commitment to helping others, instilled in Vince a sense of purpose and compassion.

As a devoted father to his son, Vince treasures family moments and enjoys exploring culinary amusements and cultural experiences. Witnessing his son accomplish academic milestones is his greatest achievement.

With a legacy of dedication, professionalism, and a deep appreciation for the meaningful aspects of life, Vince de la Cruz stands as a beacon of integrity in the legal field.

Active licenses to practice law in: New Mexico, Georgia, Florida