Phaedra Parks net worth: Phaedra Parks is an entertainment attorney and television personality who has a net worth of $2 million. Phaedra Parks earned her net worth as an attorney and as a managing partner of the Parks Group PC., which is a law firm that deals with litigation and contract negotiations for entertainers and athletes, as well as, criminal defense. She was also a legal analyst for NBC and Fox News. Phaedra Parks has appeared as correspondent on Court TV, Extra, and Entertainment Tonight. She is well known for representing some very high profile clients including Michael Jackson, Bobby Brown, Ludacris and more. Phaedra was given the honors as an Attorney of Distinction, by Jezebel Magazine and has served on the Board of The UGA Law School, Grammy Recording Board, and the G-Capp. She has also been noted as once being the President of Gate City Bar Assocation. In 2006, Phaedra was awarded the Attorney of the Year, and gained recognition in magazines, such as, Rolling Out Magazine and The Atlanta Business Chronicle. Phaedra Parks served as her husband's defense attorney in a racketeering charge, before they were married in 2009. He was eventually sentenced to 18 years, but only served five, before being paroled.
Phaedra Parks is also a cast member of the Real Housewives of Atlanta. She first appeared on the show in season three. She has made quite a name for herself, as one of Atlanta's Top Women of Influence according to the Atlanta Business League, as well as, holding the position of consulting producer of the Toya and Tiny Show, a BET series first aired in June of 2009. The Toya and Tiny Show is a reality series about the lives of Tameka Cottle, (wife of rapper T.I.) and Antonia Carter,(ex-wife of rapper Lil Wayne) and their lives in the world of hip hop and how they are able to handle their legal problems concerning their children's fathers. It was a big hit, with the highest ratings on BET for a television debut.
Phaedra Parks grew up in Athens, Georgia and attended Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication in 1993. She then earned a law degree at the University of Georgia in 1998. After law school, Phaedra Parks landed a job working at Bridges, Ordmand & Faenza, a Geico in-house law firm. From there, she went on to having her own clients, starting with a young star named Drama, who was in prison at the time he was suppose to be on tour. Phaedra was able to convince the Judge to let him go on his tour and she went along with him as insurance that he would return to finish out his sentence. After this case, many high profile clients began hiring her as their attorney.
She and husband, Apollo Nida, have a beautiful son named, Ayden Adonis Nida. He was born in May of 2010. It's been rumored that the happy new parents have decided that their son, Ayden will not appear on the Real Housewives of Atlanta reality show.