When you're feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by a legal situation, no matter what you're dealing with, we are prepared to help. We provide reliable and compassionate counsel to help you move forward.
After graduating cum laude from Mercer University with degrees in Sociology and Criminal Justice, I pursued my Juris Doctor at the Walter F. George School of Law. I've always been active in the community, and I’m proud to use my knowledge and skills to benefit others in need.
I graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Military Institute before pursuing my Juris Doctor at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. As an attorney and trained mediator, I support the individuals and families of Athens with high-quality, dependable legal services.
In our first meeting, we’ll get to know the circumstances of your situation and your perspective so that we can tailor our advice to meet your unique needs.
We'll help you understand all of your available options and the impact they could potentially have on your case so you can make informed decisions.
When you're unsure of which solution is best for your situation, we're happy to provide that direction for you.
Rely on our knowledge, skills, and experience to help you navigate your legal matter. From mediation to litigation, we'll support you every step of the way.
Practicing law is a calling that we are always ready and willing to answer. We genuinely care about what you’re going through and treat every person who comes to our firm with the respect, patience, and compassion they deserve. We'll work to alleviate any stress and uncertainty that stems from unanswered questions. We make ourselves available to answer all of your questions and address your concerns as they arise. When you choose to work with The Hull Firm LLC, you gain exceptional, passionate, and empathetic advocates in your corner willing to fight for the protection of your best interests.
I had the AMAZING experience with The Hull Firm. They were super friendly and I felt very comfortable working with them. They kept a very open line of communication so I always knew what was happening with my case!
Very patient and understanding of my lack of knowledge with the process. Very informative with each step and action. They made sure to answer any and all questions with explanation. Definitely would recommend them for their MANY services!
Can never thank Nicole enough, I was in a messed up situation to say the least and I could always count on mama bear Nicole to have my back and help me through it. My case went on for a year, she worked so hard to the end. Thank you Nicole!
A family came in with a unsettle estate case and was facing a million-dollar foreclosure on a piece an heir property. No other attorney would even consult with the family. After thoroughly researching the issues and developing a strategy to meet the needs of the family, Attorney Kamau Hull was able to prevent the foreclosure to save the property and settle the estate.
A client suffered minor injuries in a trucking accident. The insurance company initially offered only $25,000 to settle the case. Attorney K. Hull was able to recover $100,000 for the client.
We've helped many individuals, families, and businesses in Athens, Georgia and the surrounding areas through a wide variety of legal situations. Here, you can read more about some of the results we've achieved for past clients.
Home to our law firm and notably The University of Georgia, Athens, which is located just about 70 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta.
Located in the north-central portion of Georgia, Barrow County is home to Fort Yargo State Park, slightly northwest of Athens.
Walton County was named after George Walton, one of the three men from Georgia who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
Athens is the county seat of Clarke County, and we proudly serve the residents and businesses of this community with our services.
Our neighbor to the south, the communities of Oconee County are very close to our office — just a short drive down US-129 S/US-441 S.
Jackson County, located northwest of Athens was named in honor of James Jackson, a Revolutionary War hero and Georgia politician.