Greg is the father of both a boy and a girl. Erica Vasconcellos, our law firm’s other attorney, is his daughter, and he is a grandfather of six. His personal and professional experiences give him the ability to relate and empathize with his clients and present their concerns to the court.
After graduating from Boston College (with honors) in 1973, he became a police officer with the Prince George’s County Maryland Police Department. While working in law enforcement he actively pursued further education, received an additional degree in accounting in 1983 and eventually became licensed as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 1985.
Greg moved with his family to Colorado Springs in 1985 where he entered the field of accounting, continuing his education and receiving a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) in finance in 1988 from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs.
Years of experience in the accounting industry led him back to school, this time to the University of Denver College of Law. He graduated in 1993 with a scholarship for litigation and was voted to address the graduating class as their class speaker.
Greg spent the next five years as a prosecutor, here and in Trinidad, Colorado. He started as a deputy district attorney and ended his prosecutorial career as the Assistant District Attorney and the Chief Trial Deputy.
His prosecutions included everything from first-degree murder, child abuse, and domestic violence to DUI. In private practice since 1998, Greg specializes in family law as well as the types of cases that naturally accompany it: domestic violence, restraining orders, and child support.
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