Dan Cuneo - Cordell & Cordell Belleville Divorce Lawyer

Dan Cuneo


Belleville divorce lawyer Dan CuneoFathers are frequently the underdogs in a family law case, which is one of the reasons Dan Cuneo got into family law.

“I enjoy helping dads and giving them a fighting chance to be with their children,” Mr. Cuneo said. “I always like when we’re successful in getting our clients the amount of parenting time they deserve.”

Mr. Cuneo advises clients to ensure they are being open and honest with their attorney and effectively communicate their goals and expectations. Divorce is an emotional time in a person’s life, but letting emotions get in the way of goals can hinder a case.

“You are not only investing in your future, but the future of your family,” Mr. Cuneo said.

Licenses & Admissions

Mr. Cuneo is licensed in Illinois, Missouri, and North Carolina.


Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Tampa; Juris Doctor from Saint Louis University School of Law.

Professional Experience

Mr. Cuneo has experience in all facets of family law issues, and has also tried cases involving personal injury, products liability, and DUI cases.


Missouri Bar Association

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

Mr. Cuneo appeared on KTVI-FOX 2 to give tips for families dealing with child custody issues during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Mr. Cuneo appeared on WFMB-Springfield to discuss Cordell & Cordell’s mission of representing dads through the divorce process.

Mr. Cuneo was interviewed by WFMB-Springfield about the importance of fathers’ rights.

He is a frequent host and contributor of DadsDivorce Live, a weekly video on DadsDivorce.com focusing on issues relating to divorce, custody, child support and other topics relevant to men at any stage of divorce. Mr. Cuneo has also presented seminars to fellow attorneys on initial consultations.

Watch Mr. Cuneo’s lecture with Scott Trout from Cordell & Cordell’s 2018 Continuing Legal Education seminar on “Ethics: Disbarment Roulette.”

Watch Mr. Cuneo’s lecture with Erica Gittings from Cordell & Cordell’s 2017 Continuing Legal Education seminar on “How to be OC about the OCDC.”