Attorney Profile

Attorney Profile

John Taylor Hopkins

Taylor Hopkins has been practicing law in Georgia since 2001. He received his BS in Psychology from UGA in 1991, and his MS in Community Counseling from Georgia State in 2001. During his previous career as a Mental Health Counselor, he focused on marriage and family counseling, juvenile counseling and adults with chronic mental illness.

While attending law school at Georgia State, he worked at the GSU College of Law Tax Clinic, where he represented low-income taxpayers in dispute with the IRS. He received the prestigious Trammel Award for his dedicated service to the Tax Clinic and its clientele. After practicing law with The Roberts Law Firm, PC in Atlanta for thirteen years, he started his own firm, Hopkins Law, LLC.

Because of his unique background, Taylor is adept at handling difficult matters, particularly those relating to Family Law. His varied experience and calm demeanor allow him to handle highly sensitive issues with compassion and professionalism. He seeks to find a positive resolution to any dilemma, however tumultuous, particularly when more than financial matters are at stake. Reaching a settlement is almost always the most beneficial solution for all involved parties. However, Taylor does not retreat in the face of trial. He is prepared to go to court and aggressively advocate for his clients to the fullest extent of the laws and governing ethics.

Taylor practices primarily in the areas of family law, estate law, end-of-life planning, business law and civil litigation.

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia, 2001
  • Georgia Court of Appeals, 2002
  • Supreme Court of Georgia, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 2002