Directory List

Welcome to Your Special Needs Directory List

When you’re caring for a family member with special needs, having extra help is always appreciated. Here you’ll find an abundance of useful resources to help you in every aspect of the care and development of your loved one.

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  • Adams & Associates

    http://www.edattorneys.com
    Timothy A. Adams & Associates, APLC, is a special education law firm in Orange County serving special needs children and their families. We have a proven record of excellence in representing clients throughout California. Our primary areas of practice include: Special Education (IEPs, Mediation, Resolution Meetings and Due Process Hearings) Regional Center Law (Lanterman Act Fair Hearings) Conservatorships Special Education Appellate Advocacy.

  • Attorneys for Children

    http://www.courts.state.ny.us/courts/ad2/AttorneyforChildHome.shtml
    Attorneys for Children represents children with special needs and advocates on their behalf for special education services. Attorneys for Children provides legal representation of children in connection with special education needs, pediatric personal injury and malpractice, guardianship, and custody issues.

  • California Special Needs Law Group

    http://www.csnlg.com
    Helping families and children with special needs navigate the complex field of special education law. This law firm was created specifically to provide excellent legal representation at an affordable cost. Please visit our website for more information.

  • Chevalier, Ginn, Shirooni & Kruer, P.S.C.

    http://www.lawcg.com
    Chevalier, Ginn, Shirooni & Kruer provides a full range of legal services and specializes in special education law. Located in the Greater Cincinnati area, we advocate for and defend students with special needs all across Kentucky.

  • Craig David Becker, Attorney at Law, LCC

    http://www.cbeckerlaw.com
    Craig David Becker, Esquire practices Education Law and Criminal Defense. He practices Special Education Law, representing students who have been denied an appropriate and effective education. He also represents students in disciplinary actions. In addition, Mr. Becker represents adults and juveniles in all facets of criminal defense. He represents clients throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

  • Dispute Solutions

    http://www.disputesolutions.org
    Mediation and IEP team facilitation with expertise in special education, disability, and IDEA law. We work throughout the Pacific Northwest. In Oregon, the State may pay our fees through the Oregon Department of Education special education mediators roster.

  • Florida School Partners, P.L.

    http://www.makingschoolwork.com
    Allison Hertog is one of only handful of attorneys in the country with a masters degree in special education. She is a passionate advocate for disabled students of all ages and a fine lawyer. Licensed to practice law in New York and Florida.

  • Frankel & Kershenbaum, LLC

    http://www.davefrankel.com
    Josh has extensive experience representing families and children with special needs, advising clients on all aspects of their children’s educational rights, including those under IDEA, Section 504, and other federal and state statutes. Josh represents clients at IEP meetings and Administrative Due Process hearings, in settlement negotiations with school districts, and at all stages of litigation. His Special Education clients benefit not only from his experience as an attorney, but also from the valuable perspective and knowledge he gained in his previous careers as a public elementary school teacher and as an advocate with the Pennsylvania Health Law Project. Josh trains parents, attorneys, and support professionals in special education law and advocacy, and teaches the Special Education Law seminar at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Josh is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Legal Services for Exceptional Children Committee.

  • Johnson Law Group Intl PLLC

    http://www.johnsonlawgroupintl.com
    Established in 1985, Johnson Law Group provides comprehensive legal advice to families and individuals on issues related to special education, disabilities, governement entitlements, and estate and asset planning.

  • Kirsch-Goodwin & Kirsch, PLLC

    http://www.kgklaw.com/
    Attorneys representing students and families of students with special needs against School Districts and educational institutions. We handle IEPs, mediations, Due Process Complaints, bullying and personal injury claims.

  • Law Office of John Owens, LLC

    http://www.lawofficeofjohnowens.com
    John represents children with special needs and advocates on their behalf for educational services. In addition to providing legal representation of children in connection with special education needs, John also assists children with special needs and their families with Special Needs Trusts, estate planning, guardianship, and custody issues. John assists special needs individuals and their families with legal issues regarding Adult and Minor Guardianships. In addition John represents special needs individuals and their families with Special Needs Trust planning, Estate Planning, and Special Education advocacy and legal representation.

  • Law Office of Kristin M. Palace (Massachusetts)

    http://www.kristinpalace.com
    Kristin Palace represents parents of children with special needs in a variety of matters in the greater Boston area, including securing appropriate evaluations, services, and placements. She provides experienced, thorough, and compassionate representation.

  • Law Office of Lawrence W. Berliner, LLC

    http://berlinerspecialedlaw.com/
    Attorney Lawrence Berliner, a special education and disability law attorney has law offices in Westport and Guilford. He has nearly 30 years of experience and represents families with special needs throughout Connecticut. Attorney Berliner is dedicated to helping parents pursue their child’s educational rights. Attorney Berliner is passionately committed to making a difference, one family at a time, whether it means conducting a complete records review, offering collaborative and legal advocacy to parents at PPT meetings, securing appropriate educational services or pursuing rights through formal complaints, mediation and due process hearings. Check the website for special education law and college transition workshop throughout Connecticut.

  • Law Office of Michele K. Nigliazzo, LLC

    http://www.nigliazzoadvocacycenter.com/
    Ms. Nigliazzo is a mom of a child with special needs, as well as an attorney. Her practice is centered on helping families of children with special needs through various issues including adoption, school law, guardianship, social security disability, and other related issues. Ms. Nigliazzo is licensed to practice in Utah and Missouri.

  • Law Offices of Charles P. Fox

    http://foxspecialedlaw.com
    We provide Legal Representation For: Educational meetings, Mediation meetings, Resolution sessions, Due process hearings and Manifestation Determinations-related to possible expulsion Guardianship Process.

  • Law Offices of Dana A. Jonson, LLC

    http://www.dajllc.com/
    A law firm focusing exclusively on the representation of children with disabilities through the Special Education process in the state of Connecticut.

  • Law Offices of H. Jeffrery Marcus, P.C. Special Education Attorneys–New York State

    http://jeffmarcuslaw.com
    We represent parents of children with disabilities in special education matters across all of New York State.

  • Law Offices of Steven E. Glink

    http://educationrights.com
    Steven defends the rights of students and parents in all types of school cases including student discipline, special education, zero-tolerance violatons and residency issues. In special education cases, Steven will make sure that the local school district follows all of the requirements of state and federal law. If the district fails to comply with the law, or if the district does not provide proper services to the student and the family,Steven will seek an administrative or judicial hearing to enforce those rights.

  • Littman Krooks LLP

    http://www.littmankrooks.com
    Special Needs Planning, Special Education Law and Advocacy, Estate Planning and Guardianship. Each Westchester, New York City and Dutchess special needs attorney will assist families of loved ones with special needs plan for the future. Our special needs planning lawyers have extensive experience with estate planning, guardianship, special education advocacy and coordination of special education services. Our special needs attorneys will show you how to use special needs trusts and other planning tools to ensure that an individual with special needs will have adequate resources to provide for their long term needs. Our attorneys will advocate for appropriate educational services and help families with important transition services such as guardianship and coordination of benefits.

  • McKinley & Ryan, LLC

    http://www.mckinleyryan.com
    McKinley & Ryan, LLC is known throughout Pennsylvania for its representation of families in special education matters. We assist parents in advocating for their school-aged children to obtain services to which they are entitled in public school. We welcome calls from parents concerned about their children’s special needs in education and related civil rights matters. We can assist with case evaluation, as well as IEP consultation, negotiating, and planning. We also handle special education due process hearings and appeals, and we provide litigation services in federal court actions involving special education and disability discrimination in the public schools.

  • Monahan & Cohen

    http://www.monahan-cohen.com
    Full service Chicago law firm providing legal and advocacy services to parents and children with disabilities. Matt Cohen represents parents/students who are seeking services from IEPs and 504 plans, college age students who are seeking accommodations and students who are seeking accommodations for standardized testing – SATS, LSATs, MCATs etc. We also do disciplinary hearings and other school law related issues for parents and students. Nominated as a SUPER LAWYER in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, Matt is a nationally know speaker and available for trainings and conferences.

  • Murphy & Murphy, P.C.

    http://www.murphy2.com
    We provide legal services to families with children with special needs. Our practice focuses on special education law in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

  • Rachelle H. Milstein, Attorney at Law

    http://www.milsteinlaw.com
    Representing children with special educational needs and their families throughout New Jersey. Rachelle “Shelly” Milstein holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and an B.A. from the University of Michigan Honors College. She is admitted to the State and Federal bar of New Jersey, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. After graduating from law school, Ms. Milstein held a state trial level judicial clerkship. Following her clerkship, Ms. Milstein embarked upon a career as a trial attorney. In that capacity, Ms. Milstein was responsible for all aspects of various types of litigation for well-respected New Jersey law firms for over a decade. Ms. Milstein has engaged in extensive client counseling, and has fully litigated numerous cases from pre-litigation stages through trial and appeal. In the course of her professional endeavors as a litigator, Ms. Milstein began to handle an increasing number of special education matters. For the last several years, Ms. Milstein has maintained her own law practice dedicated to the counseling and representation of children with special educational needs and their families throughout the state of New Jersey. Ms. Milstein and her husband have three children, two of whom have special educational needs.

  • School Law Center, LLC

    http://www.schoollawcenter.com
    At the School Law Center, we understand the importance of a child’s education and work to ensure that each child has the chance to reach their full potential. Sometimes children need an advocate to speak for them when they cannot speak for themselves. At the School Law Center, we provide high quality legal representation for individual students, their families, and groups of students and/or families or agencies serving students and their families in all areas of education law. Experience in Special Education, Discipline, Juvenile Justice, Bullying & Harassment and Discrimination Claims.

  • Special Education Attorneys (Arizona)

    http://www.azspecialeducationlawyers.com
    Law firm representing special needs students and their families. Our attorneys include a former special education teacher and school administrator, 18 years, in NYC , and a parent of a special needs child who has been advocating for 15 years for her son. AV-rated attorneys, experienced in IEPs, due process, suspensions, expulsions, bullying, etc.

  • Susan Feller Heiligenthal, Attorney at Law

    http://www.studentslawyer.net
    Attorney representing parents with problems with school districts, especially with children with special needs.

  • Sussan & Greenwald Special Education Attorneys

    http://www.special-ed-law.com
    The Firm’s practice is limited to the representation of children with disabilities and their parents in matters involving disputes with New Jersey school districts. Legal services commence with the initial interview, and where necessary continue on with mediation and due process. Our staff is committed to resolving disputes at the earliest practical time, but also prepares for litigation.

  • The Law Office of Lillian E. Wong, LLC (Massachusetts)

    http://www.lillianwongesq.com
    Massachusetts education attorney Lillian E. Wong has one goal: to ensure your child receives a quality education. Ms. Wong has represented clients at IEP meetings, manifestation determinations, due process hearings and settlement negotiations. Ms. Wong has advocated for her clients’ inclusion in the general education setting and helped other clients obtain private placements.

  • The Law Office of Michael L. Kiser

    http://www.mikekiserlaw.com
    Mike Kiser has limited his primary practice to representing Illinois special education and general education students for over eight years. He has also worked as a special education teacher, a school administrator and a school attorney. In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree in English, he has earned Master’s Degrees in English education and in special education, a Doctorate in Educational Administration, and a Law Degree. Mike has the privilege and the rewards of representing children in obtaining the school assistance and services that they deserve and to which they are entitled. His greatest professional accomplishment is that, by relying on both his education and his legal expertise, he frequently persuades schools to provide children with services in excess of the schools’ legal obligations. Mike frequently provides workshops and seminars for parents, for educators, and for school board members, and he has provided services and served as a board member for a number of not-for-profit organizations.

  • The Law Office of Patricia S. Phelan

    http://www.phelanspecialedlaw.com
    My special education law practice is dedicated exclusively to representing parents and guardians of students of all ages with disabilities seeking to obtain a free and appropriate education under the law.

  • The Law Offices of Eric Ransleben

    http://www.theeducationlawyer.com
    We offered advocacy services to students with special needs in the public school system. Services range from representation at the local school to administrative hearings and appeal.

  • The Platt Law Firm

    http://www.plattfamilylaw.com
    I am an attorney practicing in Atlanta, Georgia, and I represent parents and students in disputes with the School Districts.

  • Thomas S. Nelson, Special Education Attorney

    http://www.specialedlaw.us
    Our goal is to advocate for an appropriate education for Children with Special Needs, allowing them to reach their full potential and make meaningful contributions to society. We are committed to empowering families through education and enforcement of their child’s special education rights. We also represent Regular Education Students facing expulsion proceedings. Serving San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, Orange and San Bernadino Counties.

  • Vermont State Department of Education

    http://education.vermont.gov/new/html/pgm_sped.html
    The department’s special education consultants provide technical assistance to schools and other organizations to help ensure that schools understand and comply with federal and state laws and regulations related to providing special education services. In addition, the special education division offers a due process procedure to parents who have concerns about the services offered to their children.

  • Vital Card

    http://www.VitalCard.net
    Transcription Services for special education meetings, hearings, etc.

  • Wiscarson Law, A Professional Corporation

    http://www.WiscarsonLaw.com
    Our philosophy is simple – “The child is the client.” We remain focused on the child’s needs and legal entitlements. Our background and experience in both education law and special needs within our own families helps parents solve their child’s education issues. Education law is a complex and constantly evolving myriad of federal, regional and state rules, regulations and cases. As a parent, it is difficult to understand this ever-changing area of law and figure out how to apply it to your child’s unique situation. We can help you by working with you and your School District or Education Service District in a variety of ways. Wiscarson Law helps hundreds of families every year. In most situations, Wiscarson Law improves education for families and their children simply by working with school and district personnel. A small number of cases each year lead to some kind of formal legal process, such as state complaints, state due process filings and Office for Civil Rights Complaints. Of those cases that go to a formal legal process, 95.16% filed by Wiscarson Law are resolved favorably through negotiated settlements, rather than a formal decision-making process.