We pride ourselves on approaching the law differently than other law firms. We firmly believe that it is our job to assist our clients in avoiding legal issues in the first place as opposed to litigating issues when they arise.
Our goal is to anticipate where risks will arise and plan appropriately to ensure that our clients’ exposure to those risks will be prevented or minimized. However, when necessary, we are prepared to utilize our experience as litigators on behalf of our clients whether in court, arbitration, or mediation.
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We have offices in Statesville and Mooresville, North Carolina where we are committed to our community and strongly believe in investing our time and resources in the community that we are a part of through participation in charitable organizations, church, and politics.
Call Parker Law Offices today at 704-871-0300 to arrange your consultation.
David Parker has done everything from mergers to murders over his 37 years of practicing law in Iredell County. He now focusses primarily on Business creation and planning, governance, complex civil litigation, and land use and finance. His practice has taken him from Maryland to Mississippi and has included appellate cases with the Fourth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals and the North Carolina Supreme Court.
David has been very active in the community, serving as Chairman of the Board of Mitchell Community College, elected Member of the Iredell-Statesville School Board, Moderator of Salem Presbytery in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and Chair of the North Carolina Democratic Party in 2012 (National Convention Host State) and Campaign Manager for U.S. Senator Terry Sanford’s Re-election Campaign in 1992.
Carey attended North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina, where he was a Student Volunteer for Legal Aid’s Exoneration Project and also the Lawyers on the Line Project, was the Co-founder and President of the Law School Democrats, and was a member of the Environmental Law Society. During his third year of law school Carey was a law clerk for The Brannan Law Firm, which specializes in agricultural law.
During the summer before his third year of law school Carey was an intern at the North Carolina Court of Appeals in the Chambers of Judge Samuel Ervin IV (now NC Supreme Court Justice). The previous summer Carey worked as a legal intern for The Yadkin Riverkeeper, assisting in legal research and gathering evidence for major environmental litigation against multinational meat processing corporations. Prior to law school Carey worked in sales and marketing positions in Charlotte North Carolina, after graduating in 2005 from University of North Carolina – Wilmington with a B.A. in Communication Studies.