Attorney Cynthia Rena Wright, Ph.D.
Cynthia Rena Wright, Ph.D.
Cynthia Rena Wright (formerly Cynthia Rena Webb d/b/a C. Rena Webb, PC) has more than 20 years of legal experience representing small companies and individuals. Cynthia Rena Wright is committed to helping improve the lives of others through the legal system. Dr. Wright is admitted to practice law in both federal and state courts within the State of Alabama. Dr. Wright has handled legal matters ranging from capital murder and divorce to appeals to the Alabama Supreme Court.
Dr. Wright is experienced in assisting clients in obtaining debt relief via Chapters 7 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code ("We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code") and via her practice before the Internal Revenue Service. Recently, Dr. Wright successfully prosecuted a tax matter that reduced a taxpayer's federal tax liability from more than $1,500,000 to less than $12,000 providing a fresh start for the client. While these results are atypical, they demonstrate what can be accomplished when an attorney is committed to helping their client conquer their debt.
Dr. Wright has taught college anatomy & physiology courses.
Dr. Wright utilizes her knowledge of human anatomy and the law to successfully prosecute social security disability claims for disabled clients. Dr. Wright obtains a great deal of satisfaction helping the disabled acquire the financial and medical assistance they are entitled to pursuant to federal law.
Dr. Wright obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Alabama in Huntsville in Biotechnology, Science & Engineering. Dr. Wright's experience in the lab including research she conducted in drug design and drug discovery are utilized by her in patent matters.
Cynthia Rena Wright is a proud booster of the Huntsville High School baseball team. Dr. Wright has served as a director of a local non-profit that provides educational and financial services for the elderly, disabled, and disadvantaged. Also, Dr. Wright previously served on the Client Security Fund of the Alabama State Bar and a voluntary lawyer for the poor.