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We retained this attorney in a child custody dispute. The original fee quoted was $2,500; however, after charges for... more
Atlanta  Michael W Seidel

Michael Seidel

Bend, OR Family
Avvo rating 1.0
After waiting 15 minutes to schedule an appointment, and getting a call back from the firm to reschedule my appointment... more
Atlanta  Matthew Aaron Katz

Matthew Katz

Chicago, IL Immigration
Avvo rating 8.0
I would not recommend this lawyer, He does not return phone calls, He does not return emails. He will not return... more
Atlanta  Mark Allen Yurachek

Mark Yurachek

Atlanta, GA Appeals
Avvo rating 9.7
Attorney Friedman came highly recommended by one of his colleagues. Michael H. Friedman told me that he would love to... more
Atlanta  Michael Henry Friedman

Michael Friedman

Atlanta, GA Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 6.7
Arthur worked a sexual harassment case for me. He was always very nice and always took the time to explain things so... more
Atlanta  Arthur Albert Navarette

Arthur Navarette

San Jose, CA Sexual Harassment
Avvo rating 7.3
Joseph did an excellent job representing me. He was very accommodating and gave me great advice throughout the process.... more
Atlanta  Joseph John Colarusso

Joseph Colarusso

White Plains, NY DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 7.0
Jeffrey Henry is the best attorney in the business. I have hired him twice and could have not asked for better results.... more
Atlanta  Jeffrey B Henry

Jeffrey Henry

Silver Spring, MD Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.2
Jonathan and his team are outstanding. Professional, knowledgeable, and very attentive to the needs of my case.... more
Atlanta  Jonathan Robert Simon

Jonathan Simon

Orlando, FL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0


practicing lawyers in Atlanta

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.