Daniel Parker, Attorney
Raised in Bolivia until 1985, Daniel Parker is a native Spanish language speaker. Daniel studied Spanish at William Jewell College where he graduated in 1994. After working in Florida and Georgia, Daniel graduated from Washburn University School of Law in 2003 and joined Abogados Parker & Parker, P.A. soon thereafter.
Daniel is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, in the State Courts of the State of Missouri and of Kansas and is also admitted to practice in the Western District of Missouri Federal Court and in the Federal Court for the District of Kansas.
Stephen Parker, Attorney
Born in Bolivia, South America in 1969, Stephen is a native Spanish language speaker. Upon relocating to the United States in 1985, Stephen studied History and Philosophy at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri and spent a year at Regent's Park College at Oxford University in England. He graduated summa cum laude from WIlliam Jewell in 1991. Stephen then attended the University of Kansas Law School in Lawrence, Kansas and graduated in 1995 with a Juris Doctor degree.
After passing the Kansas Bar exam in the summer of 1995, Stephen took a position with Kansas Legal Services serving a 24 county region in Southwest Kansas focusing on the Spanish speaking client base in that area of the state.
Following two plus years working for K.L.S., Stephen relocated to Kansas City and in the fall of 1997, he opened his own law firm which is now Abogados Parker & Parker, P.A.
Since 1997, Mr. Parker has represented clients in state, federal and city courts. Stephen is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, in the State Courts of Missouri and of Kansas, in the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and in the Kansas Federal District Court and the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
Stephen has also completed a 40 hour mediation training course at A.D.R. in Boulder, Colorado and was certified in 1999 as an Approved Mediator in the areas of core, domestic and civil by the Supreme Court of Kansas. Stephen now accepts mediation matters solely in Missouri cases.