Mr. Parks joined Armstrong, Donohue, Ceppos Vaughan with experience in litigation,... more
Mr. Parks joined Armstrong, Donohue, Ceppos Vaughan with experience in litigation, government, policy, and politics. Most recently, he served as an Assistant States Attorney for Prince Georges County in the specialty Handgun Unit prosecuting gun crimes in the Circuit Court. During his tenure in the States Attorneys Office, Mr. Parks handled cases on issues ranging from white collar fraud to vi... view profile
Partner with Houlon Berman, in the Rockville Branch, exclusively handling... more
Partner with Houlon Berman, in the Rockville Branch, exclusively handling matrimonial cases throughout Maryland and D.C. She has published a Handbook on Separation Divorce, Third Edition, which can be purchased at www.houlonberman.com , regularly lectures on family law and is a leader of various family law organizations in the Metropolitan area dedicated to improving the excellence of matrimon... view profile
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