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Angela Kinley assisted me in my divorce and child custody case. It was a very rocky road for me, I felt my legal matter... more
Atlanta  Angela Mary Kinley

Angela Kinley

Atlanta, GA Child Support
Avvo rating 8.4
I hired Robert Chestney to represent me for two DUI arrests, which were handled very smoothly on both ends. While both... more
Atlanta  Robert W. Chestney

Robert Chestney

Atlanta, GA DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr. Matt Ashby represented me in a not-so-great insurance claim. He was an incredibly efficient and proactive litigator... more
Atlanta  Matthew John Ashby

Matthew Ashby

Atlanta, GA Litigation
Avvo rating 9.2
When I started my small business several years ago I never imagined that I would ever need an attorney. Recently, I... more
Atlanta  Christopher Douglas Gunnels

Christopher Gunnels

Atlanta, GA Litigation
Avvo rating 8.6
Ms. Amircani was very responsive to all my needs in my case. She kept me informed along the way and I ended up getting... more
Atlanta  Maha Yousef Amircani

Maha Amircani

Atlanta, GA Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.4
Ms. Jackson Williams provided advice and counsel to me in my capacity as director of a large, public agency of the... more
Atlanta  Louise Jackson Williams

Louise Williams

Atlanta, GA Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 6.9
Frank is very personable and easy to work with. My IRS issues required a consistent advocate to protect me from an... more
Atlanta  Frank G Podesta

Frank Podesta

Atlanta, GA Litigation
Avvo rating 6.6
Mr. Kohn is the best lawyer I have ever worked with. He is straight forward in his analysis and what he will be able... more
Atlanta  Lawrence Abram Kohn

Lawrence Kohn

Atlanta, GA DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0

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Atlanta used to be known as Marthasville after the daughter of Georgia's Governor Wilson Lumpkin. In 1845, the name was changed to Atlanta, a feminine form of Atlantic, and was then incorporated into a city.

Atlanta was burned by General Sherman during the Civil War, who destroyed nearly 70% of the city in his March to the Sea.