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Located in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains along the Etowah River, Acworth, GA is full of history and southern culture. Like most of Cobb County, Acworth was established after expelling the natives of the former Cherokee Indian Nation in the early 19th century. Founder and western railroad engineer Joseph L. Gregg named the town after his own hometown in Acworth, New Hampshire. Acworth was incorporated into the state of Georgia in 1860, 30 years after its establishment.
During the Civil War, Acworth was occupied by Union soldiers and held under martial law for six months until it was burned down by General W.T. Sherman, leaving the town's citizens destitute. It has since then recovered, refusing to give into the destruction and now stands as a reminder of this nation's history.
With a population of around 20,000, Acworth offers a quiet, peaceful living environment to its citizens. Although it has no specialized industry, the town is only 40 minutes away from the state's capital of Atlanta, where many of its citizens commute regularly for work. Also known as "The Lake City", Acworth is nearby the enjoyable Lake Allatoona, which is used for fishing, boating, camping and other outdoor recreation.
The city is governed by a board of five men, known as the Board of Aldermen, who serve staggered four year terms. The board-manager governing structure fills the primary policy making roles and oversee the executive functions of the city. The mayor, who is defined by the city as Chief Executive Officer of the city, is elected every four years and serves to preside at all meetings of the Board. Together, Acworth's government adopts ordinances, determines city policies, approves the municipal budget and executes various other governmental duties.
For years, the legal firm of Blevins & Hong, P.C. has offered quality legal service to the greater Cobb County area, including the beautiful town of Acworth. The firm is dedicated to providing efficient, effective and satisfying legal representation to individuals and businesses alike. With service in four distinct areas of law, Blevins & Hong, P.C. is an essential one-stop shop for legal counsel for a broad range of disputes in Cobb County.
Blevins & Hong, P.C. actively practices the legal fields of criminal defense, bankruptcy, personal injury and even disputes over civil rights. No matter what the issue is, the name partners Richard Blevins and Soo J. Hong have dedicated their practice to providing personalized service to each one of their clients.
Whether you are seeking counsel in a DUI defense, an advocate in a wrongful death claim, defense in a civil rights dispute or considering filing for bankruptcy, Blevins & Hong, P.C. wants to be your partner during this trying time. The firm prides itself in offering one on one service with an attorney at law in every client meeting. If you hire Blevins & Hong, P.C. to take care of your legal problems, you will never be just a name on a page or a number in a schedule. Legal success depends on client satisfaction.
This is why the Acworth attorneys at our firm make their clients' needs and expectations their top priority, no matter how big or small the case. Call Blevins & Hong, P.C. today to receive a free consultation and learn more about how our firm wants to serve you.