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Bottom line is that he talks a good game; like he's all for helping you, then once you pay him, you will never see or... more
Atlanta  Robert T. Thompson Jr.

Robert Thompson

Atlanta, GA Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 7.7
Howie walked me through everything, explained everything, and never kept me in the dark about my case. He was very... more
Atlanta  Howard P Slomka

Howard Slomka

Atlanta, GA Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 8.0
I must say, that out of all the attorneys i spoke with, Angela Kinley was the one that was able to come through for me... more
Atlanta  Angela Mary Kinley

Angela Kinley

Atlanta, GA Child Support
Avvo rating 8.4
I called this Attorney because I referred to him from my company and as he would ask me things and as I was talking, he... more
Atlanta  Jon P. Spetalnick

Jon Spetalnick

Atlanta, GA Family
Avvo rating 6.8
Ms. Mande Moyer has been my attorney for the past year, after a car accident that I had. At first, I didn't think that... more
Atlanta  Mandelyn Gayre Moyer

Mandelyn Moyer

Atlanta, GA Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.4
Dealing with Michael and his firm was the worst experience in my life. They were paid to perform the service of getting... more
Atlanta  Michael Kennedy McIntyre

Michael McIntyre

Atlanta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.7
Amanda took the time to explain to me the process of my suit in detail and in terms to where I always felt like I knew... more
Atlanta  Amanda S. Thompson

Amanda Thompson

Atlanta, GA Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 7.7
I remember that afternoon as if is today. I was sitting in Lawrence Kohn office overwhelmed and desperate. Three days... more
Atlanta  Lawrence Abram Kohn

Lawrence Kohn

Atlanta, GA DUI / DWI
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.