What to Consider When Choosing an Education Consultant
When choosing a law firm to advocate for you and your child, you'll want to choose one who truly cares and is passionate about empowering you and your child(ren), not a big, impersonal law firm.
- We take the time to listen and get to know the child.
- We understand disabilities and how they affect a student's learning.
- We empower the parents/guardian and the child(ren) to speak up and ask for what they need to succeed.
- We have the training, experience and education in both Education and Law to get the task done.
- We understand schools and school districts.
Our Services May Include
- Reviewing IEP's and strategies to track implementation
- Assisting with requesting evaluations from your child's school
- Advocacy services at IEP and 504 meetings
- Suspension/expulsion appeals
- Parent coaching in preparation for meetings
- Composing & drafting responses to school related issues
- Preparing for eligibility meetings, annual reviews, and other school meetings
- Complete educational record review
- Bureau of Special Education Appeals Hearings
It’s a topic that many of us try to avoid – our deaths. Being proactive and planning for your family’s future is a necessity in today’s world. If you do not take the time to plan, the state will step in and dictate what happens to your worldly possessions. Most estate planning includes a living will, health care proxy, durable power of attorney, and last will and testament.
Limited Assistance Representation
Limited Assistance Representation is when an attorney represents or assists a party with part, but not all, of his or her legal matter, instead of the standard full representation on an entire case. Limited Assistance Representation is much more economical and cost-efficient. Rather than paying for months or even years of legal representation, you can seek legal advice for select issues or tasks.