Background and Experience
Attorney Bryce Cook is dedicated to building a practice around helping individuals and families protect themselves and their loved ones against rule-breakers who threaten their safety and freedom, whether it be in a family law case, through his criminal defense practice, or in civil trials. Mr. Cook is dedicated to keeping Ford & Cook, PLC at the forefront of law office and trial technology. This commitment is spurred by a lifelong interest in computers, video games, and all things shiny and new.
Prior to forming the partnership of Ford & Cook, PLC, Mr. Cook worked with Marshall & Owens, P.A., where he gained experience working as a lawyer for banks and other creditors in the areas of foreclosure, debt collection, and contract litigation. Afterwards, Mr. Cook served as a partner in Troutt & Cook, Attorneys at Law and the Law Offices of Ford, Troutt, & Cook, where he practiced in the areas of divorce, custody, criminal defense, and civil litigation. He is a Jonesboro native and a graduate of Jonesboro High School. He attended college at the University of Central Arkansas and Arkansas State University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. After college, Mr. Cook went on to obtain his law degree from the University of Arkansas in 2009.
404 S. Main St.
Jonesboro, AR 72401