Fulton County

While metro Atlanta has several contributing counties, the city of Atlanta is primarily located in Fulton County. Atlanta is the Fulton County seat. Largely by virtue of containing Atlanta, Fulton has the largest population of any county in Georgia, with a population of just over 1 million people as of 2008. Major businesses located in Fulton county include well established blue chip companies such as CNN, Delta, Georgia-Pacific, UPS, Home Depot, Coca-Cola, and Bell South.

Fulton County is also the home of America's great civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., who began his revolution in Fulton county. His childhood home and the Martin Luther King Center can be visited here in the Old Fourth Ward section of the city.

We have two convenient locations that are equally accessible to Fulton County residents located in Buckhead and Decatur. Our experienced attorneys can help if you or your loved ones are struggling with personal injuries, accidents, insurance issues, medical or dental malpractice, and various business or employment disputes.

For directions from Fulton County to our offices in Decatur, click here.
For directions from Fulton County to our offices in Buckhead, click here.

North Fulton, primarily made up of the more recently merged counties of Milton and Campbell. This section of the county has become a land of high-end suburbs and successful businesses. In recent years, there have been a number of cities which have been established in North Fulton County such as Johns Creek, Milton and Sandy Springs. There has also been talk of some smaller counties being established in North Fulton. In addition to Atlanta, some of the communities in Fulton County are:

  • Alpharetta
  • Johns Creek
  • Milton
  • Roswell
  • Sandy Springs
  • East Point
  • College Park
  • Hapeville
  • Union City
  • Buckhead


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