This web site is designed to reach out to those parents, family members, and caregivers  that are seeking the legal advice and services of a special education attorney.  A special education attorney  can provide you useful and helpful information on the educational rights of  your child with disabilities. I understand how important it is for that parents and family members to  have access to an experienced and knowledgeable special education attorney. Special education is a highly specialized area of law.  This website will give you information and resources on special education and disability rights issues and topics, and how to retain the services of a special education attorney for your child with a disability in special education, juvenile,  criminal, and other related matters.  There is a also a special education blog on this website for your comments, idea, and questions on special education and disability issues.  If you desire to seek legal advice and assistance on a special education, I would suggest that you send me all of your child’s educational records.  It is also important that I have an opportunity to review all pertinent educational records before I can realistically provide you with legal advice and options concerning your special education case.

My general law practice also provides legal advice and representation to clients in the areas of family law, criminal law, civil rights, civil litigation, administrative  law, and appeals. My practice includes representation of clients in domestic relations matters involving divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, division of property, contempt and related family law matters; in criminal cases involving misdemeanors and felonies in state court; in administrative hearings involving unemployment compensation, Fair Dismissal Act and other employment cases, and school disciplinary hearings; in appeals from state and federal courts; in the probate of estates and drafting of wills; and general civil practice involving hearings, and trials in state and federal courts.