How Can Brightside Law Group Help You?
Special education attorneys primarily handle concerns under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”), for students who have, or may need, an Individualized Education Program (“IEP”). Special education concerns may also include Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, known as a 504 Plan in schools. Families of special needs children may also need to pursue a limited conservatorship for their adult children. At Brightside Law Group, we are knowledgeable about the law and here to help.
Our attorneys can help through all stages of the special education process, from the initial consultation through settlement or a hearing:
If your child is, or is turning, 18 years old, you may want to consider a limited conservatorship if you are concerned about things like:
If you’re a parent, professional, or community group that wants to learn more about special education or limited conservatorships, we offer free trainings on:
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