The city of Norcross, located in Gwinnett County, Georgia, is the second oldest city in Gwinnett, County, chartered on October 26, 1870. The city was named after the Hon. Jonathan Norcross. The Cherokee and Creek Indians originally occupied this area but the eastern continental divide played a significant role in the settlement of the City of Norcross. The area grew into a significant passenger coach route and later became a major stop on the Richmond-Danville Railroad, completed just before the chartering of the City. The City grew up around its railroad terminal that still remains in the center of the City, although currently used for commercial purposes rather than as a terminal. The city was added to the National Register of Historic places in 1980.
The offices of Thomas E. Raines, PC are a short commute from anywhere in Norcross, where the firm practices law in the areas of Business, Probate and Estate Planning. We offer client centered, creative, practical, high value, detail-oriented legal services. It is our objective to provide a combination of expertise, experience and close client relationships, resulting in personalized and innovative legal representation to clients in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Directions from City Hall of Norcross to the office of Thomas E. Raines, PC: Travel West on 316, Exit at Pleasant Hill Rd., turn right, Go approx. 3 ½ miles; (You will go under Buford Highway under pass), Turn left onto Summit Ridge Parkway, Go approx. a quarter of a mile and turn left into 3296 Summit Ridge Parkway, Take entrance road to second driveway on the left, turn left and Suite 2110 is the second building on the right.