Originally from Brooklyn, New York, I moved to Port St. Lucie with my family in 1989. I graduated from Port St. Lucie High School, and received my Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from Indian River Community College in Fort Pierce. I moved to Tampa where I achieved my Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Criminology, and thereafter moved to Miami and graduated with my Juris Doctor (J.D., or law degree) from St. Thomas University. In 2002, I found myself back home on the Treasure Coast when my legal career began at the State Attorney's office in Fort Pierce as a certified legal intern, and then misdemeanor prosecutor until 2004, when I then became a felony prosecutor where I remained until 2006. I joined The Kessler Law Firm in June of 2006 where I headed the Family Law division. I opened the Cunzo Law Firm in 2009, with the primary focus on family (paternity, child support, dissolution of marriage) cases.