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About Carrie Parker

Paralegal Case Manager

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Biography

I’m originally from VA but have lived in NC for 28 years and in Johnston County for 25 years so I consider myself a North Carolinian. I graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and taught kindergarten, first, and second grade for about 15 years, but I became an NC State Certified Paralegal in 2006. My decision to become a paralegal was directly related to my personal experiences with ongoing custody litigation with my ex. I have three grown children who all have great relationships with both me and their father. My ex and I are also now on very good terms, so things do sometimes work themselves out.

I live on a small farm and have horses, chickens, cats, and dogs. I previously volunteered as a foster retraining pit bulls and have worked with bait dogs, fighting dogs, and dogs left to die chained up. I’ve fostered too many cats to remember a definite number. About three years ago, I rescued my horse, Charlie, from a kill pen and saved him from being shipped to Mexico to be slaughtered. Now he is my go to trail riding partner. I just recently rescued an untouched, wild mustang, Ziggy, from the Onaqui Mountain horse management area in Utah. He’s no longer untouched. I have a retired pony, Prissy, who is 32 years old and has been a part of my family for 28 years. She taught many children, including my three children, how to ride. I also have an off the track thoroughbred, Erin, who I am retraining to hopefully compete in Dressage one day.

In my spare time, in addition to riding and training my horses, I love spending time with my three children, Britt, Brad, and Izzy, my daughter-in-law, Lauren, and my sweet granddaughter, Meadow.

Carrie Parker
Carrie Parker
Carrie Parker

I’m originally from VA but have lived in NC for 28 years and in Johnston County for 25 years so I consider myself a North Carolinian. I graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and taught kindergarten, first, and second grade for about 15 years, but I became an NC State Certified Paralegal in 2006. My decision to become a paralegal was directly related to my personal experiences with ongoing custody litigation with my ex. I have three grown children who all have great relationships with both me and their father. My ex and I are also now on very good terms, so things do sometimes work themselves out.

I live on a small farm and have horses, chickens, cats, and dogs. I previously volunteered as a foster retraining pit bulls and have worked with bait dogs, fighting dogs, and dogs left to die chained up. I’ve fostered too many cats to remember a definite number. About three years ago, I rescued my horse, Charlie, from a kill pen and saved him from being shipped to Mexico to be slaughtered. Now he is my go to trail riding partner. I just recently rescued an untouched, wild mustang, Ziggy, from the Onaqui Mountain horse management area in Utah. He’s no longer untouched. I have a retired pony, Prissy, who is 32 years old and has been a part of my family for 28 years. She taught many children, including my three children, how to ride. I also have an off the track thoroughbred, Erin, who I am retraining to hopefully compete in Dressage one day.

In my spare time, in addition to riding and training my horses, I love spending time with my three children, Britt, Brad, and Izzy, my daughter-in-law, Lauren, and my sweet granddaughter, Meadow.

Raleigh Office 109 North Boylan Avenue
Raleigh
NC 27603
Cary Office 1140 Kildaire Farm Rd. # 200 Cary NC 27511
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