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We recently had Mike on our side fighting a construction case and so happy we did. Mike carefully explained all our... more
Atlanta  Michael L. Chapman

Michael Chapman

Atlanta, GA Construction / Development
Avvo rating 8.5
In 2011, I was sent to prison for lack of proper defense from an Attorney not related to the Pate Law Firm. My wife... more
Atlanta  Page Anthony Pate

Page Pate

Atlanta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
This was my wife's and mine first refinancing of our home. So I took my time and made sure to cross all the T's and dot... more
Atlanta  Brian Michael Douglas

Brian Douglas

Atlanta, GA Real Estate
Avvo rating 7.7
I was facing, along with my wife, an ungodly felony offense for check forgery and fraud (along with some other charges... more
Atlanta  Chad Michael Trentacosta

Chad Trentacosta

Atlanta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.7
Personally, I am one who tries to resolve matters without getting lawyers involved; however, in one case I was unable... more
Atlanta  Christopher Douglas Gunnels

Christopher Gunnels

Atlanta, GA Litigation
Avvo rating 8.4
I have worked with Ken in various aspects of immigration since 2008. That is 6 years, 6 people, and various issues to... more
Atlanta  Kenneth Sylvan Levine

Kenneth Levine

Atlanta, GA Immigration
Avvo rating 7.3
Before Lawrence, I would have told you that ALL attorneys do as little work as possible to obtain as much of your money... more
Atlanta  Lawrence Jason Zimmerman

Lawrence Zimmerman

Atlanta, GA Federal Crime
Avvo rating 10.0
Will assisted me with a speedy resolution to a landlord dispute I was having, bringing an exceptional level of... more
Atlanta  William Wingate Downs

William Downs

Atlanta, GA Litigation
Avvo rating 7.5

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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.