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Special Education Law

Plano Attorneys Standing Up for Your Child’s Rights

Thanks to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), every child has the right to a public education at no cost to their families. This right includes special education needs and other services related to the care of children with developmental disabilities. Not all schools and school districts are compliant with IDEA, though. You may be shocked to find that your special needs child is not being provided appropriate education and given engagement at school.

If you have discovered that your child’s special education is being neglected by a school or district, then you need to take legal action as soon as you can. Come to The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC in Plano and tell our attorneys what happened during an initial consultation. Using our decades of total legal experience — with a strong focus on complex cases like special education law — we are confident we can help you and your child succeed.

Why do people choose our law firm so often?

  • We have 50+ years of collective legal experience.
  • We have successfully handled cases for thousands of clients.
  • Our diverse team sees cases from multiple angles for a teamwork approach.

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Your Options to Demand Special Education for Your Child

The purpose of special education is to meet the needs of a child with a developmental debilitation, generally one related to mental disability. As with public education provided to neuro-typical children, special education must be free for the parent of a special needs child. For the most part, a parent only needs to prove their child’s disability through a diagnosis and provide the medical evidence to the school, school board, or school district. At that point, the school district needs to make arrangements to give the child special education.

When your child is not being provided special education, or the right sort of special education, you should start exploring your legal options. Our Plano special education law attorneys are here to provide moral support, legal guidance, and courtroom representation, if need be.

Many special education law matters can be resolved through:

  • Secondary evaluation of your child’s disabilities with the results being sent to the school district.
  • Demands for independent disability evaluation if school conducts its own erroneous evaluation.
  • Contesting misplacement of your child in school programs and classes.
  • Requesting internal records of staff’s proper training to work with special needs children.

Call (888) 493-6529 to Talk to Our Attorneys Today

IDEA promises your child a useful and engaging special needs education. Make certain that crucial right is not overlooked by a neglectful school district or board by speaking with our Plano lawyers today. We fight vigilantly for our clients’ rights, especially when the needs of a young child are on the line.

Please contact our firm at your first opportunity. We look forward to helping you.

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