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Patricia A. King named Georgia Juvenile Court Attorney of the Year
Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017
Attorney Patricia A. King was recently named the Georgia Juvenile Court Attorney of the Year at the Georgia Conference on Children and Families (GCCF) in Augusta, recognizing her work in the area of child advocacy.  GCCF is the largest annual interdisciplinary event in Georgia designed to bring together communities across the state serving children and […]
Thompson, Meier & King welcome a new family law attorney and paralegal to the firm
Posted on Wednesday June 07, 2017
WELCOME! We’re pleased to announce that Cynthia L. Patton and Katie Crockett have joined our firm and will be assisting clients in family law matters including divorce, alimony, custody, child support, grandparent & family member visitation, contempt, modification, pre-nuptial agreement, and step-parent adoption. Attorney Patton brings more than 16 years of experience advising clients in […]
PATRICIA A. KING: Mediation offers better path to resolve issues
Posted on Friday October 21, 2016
Patricia A. King, partner at Thompson, Meier & King  Mediation week is once again upon us. Last year, the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners proclaimed the third week of October as “Mediation Week” and the American Bar Association continues to designate this week as such. When parties hear they must mediate their case prior to […]
Leadership Cherokee class of 2016 graduates
Posted on Wednesday September 28, 2016
  Leadership Cherokee, a program of the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce, graduated its 28th Anniversary Class during a September 16th ceremony. With the completion of this year’s class, the Alumni count now totals over 570 graduates. Members of the Leadership Cherokee Class of 2016 selected three of their peers to receive special annual recognitions. […]
Keep the donor card after reaching 65 – It is never too late to give the gift of life.
Posted on Wednesday August 17, 2016
Many of our elderly clients believe that they are too old to be an organ donor. In general, most are mistaken. There may be other reasons that prevent someone from being an organ donor, but age alone is not one of them. There are reports of a 90-year-old who, after dying suddenly, donated her liver […]
Welcome, Rachel D. Conley, to the firm!
Posted on Wednesday June 08, 2016
Thompson, Meier & King, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Rachel D. Conley as an associate attorney. Ms. Conley received a dual degree in Political Science and Spanish from the University of Georgia and obtained her Juris Doctorate from the Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law. She served as a judicial […]
Thompson, Meier & King, P.C. expands
Posted on Wednesday June 08, 2016
We are proud to announce Thompson, Meier & King, P.C.’s expansion with the opening of our Blue Ridge office. Thompson, Meier & King has been active in all courts in the Appalachian Circuit since the firm’s inception and has received various awards and recognition within the legal community. It will be our pleasure to be […]
Attorney Ashley Carlile named Partner
Posted on Tuesday March 08, 2016
Thompson, Meier & King is pleased to announce that Ashley Carlile has been named a Partner with the firm. Ms. Carlile concentrates her practice in the areas of family law and criminal law.
Two of our attorneys helped coach Mock Trial
Posted on Tuesday March 08, 2016
The Cherokee High School Mock Trial had another successful year competing against high schools across North Georgia. This year’s team was coached by Judge David Cannon, Jr., Ashley Carlile, Esq. and Cynthia Propst, Esq. The mock trial team placed third in this year’s Regional Mock Trial Competition, held at the Bartow County Courthouse on January […]
Mediation a wise alternative
Posted on Monday October 26, 2015
The Cherokee Board of Commissioners has proclaimed this week “Mediation Week in Cherokee County.” Along with the American Bar Association, our commissioners are raising awareness of the process of mediation (not to be confused with meditation) as an effective and efficient way of resolving disputes, expediting justice, relieving court congestion and preventing costly delays in […]