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Brian M. Faucett

Born and raised in St. Louis County, and currently living in St. Louis City, Brian is invested in our community. While at St. Louis University, Brian worked for Land of Lincoln, specializing exclusively in domestic abuse matters involving victims suffering through poverty as well.


Prior to opening his own office, Brian partnered with Larry Thomason where their practice expanded to representing individuals in all areas of family law, not only just cases that involved domestic abuse. Thomason & Faucett would grow to represent a wide array of clients, from business owners going through a divorce, to individuals with special needs. Through the success of this partnership, Brian was able to pursue his dream of opening his own practice, where he helps people experiencing everything from domestic abuse to dividing a multi-million dollar business in highly contested divorces.

Additionally, St. Louis County Circuit Court has appointed him as a Lead Special Prosecutor for Order of Protection violation matters in St. Louis County where he represent the state's interest in prosecuting order of protection violations. As this role is completely separate from his private practice, Brian still represents individual's privately, in domestic abuse matters.

Brian serves as a Board Member for St. Louis Survivor's Legal Support ( who's mission is to provide zealous advocacy and meaningful access to justice for victims of intimate partner violence and their children, and to educate the St. Louis community about the legal process and resources for those seeking protection.

Brian has also been recognized by the Missouri Bar for the volunteer work he has done at the St. Louis City Veteran's clinic.

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St. Louis University School of Law, J.D.

Illinois Bar - 2012

Missouri Bar - 2012


Missouri Bar Association

Illinois Bar Association

Missouri Bar Family Law Section

Board Member: St. Louis Survivors Legal Support

St. Louis County Circuit Court's Lead Special Prosecutor for Order of Protection Violations

Notable Cases

B.W. RES V. HARRIS STOWE, 519 S.W.3d 526

Brian served as counsel in this employment discrimination suit where a St. Louis City jury found Harris Stowe liable for violating the Missouri Human Rights Act when it terminated the employment of a teacher based on her race. 


The jury awarded Wilkins, $1,350,000 in compensatory damages and $3,500,000 in punitive damages.


Contact the Law Offices of Brian M. Faucett to schedule an appointment.

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