Before moving to the St. Louis area in 2002, Vince lived in a small town in western Kentucky called Central City. There, he was ingrained with small town values: hard-work, responsibility, and community. Although his poor coal-mining community did not have much, the people there prided themselves in the way they treated others.
As a student at Chaminade College Prep in Creve Coeur, Vince used the school's Catholic values to treat every person with the same respect, dignity, and appreciation. Upon graduating in 2011, his classmates and teachers awarded him the "Esto Vir" Award (Latin for "Be a Man"), the highest honor given to one member of the graduating class.
After receiving his Bachelor's in Political Science from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, Vince returned to Kentucky to attend law school at the University of Kentucky. There he helped to lead the Trial Advocacy Team to a 3rd place finish at the National Trial Competition in Austin, Texas, the highest finish in the school's history. Moreover, Vince's academic excellence gave him the knowledge and skill necessary to serve his clients.
In November 2019, Vince founded The Taormina Firm, a St. Louis law firm specializing in estate planning for families across the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Vince has served hundreds of families, both large and small, wealthy and working-class, throughout his years of practice. He has also worked closely with many small business owners with closely-held family businesses.