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Why a Special Education Law Firm

Why a Special Education Law Firm30% of our student population has some sort of learning issue. These students and their families are often in a great deal of distress because of their struggles in school.

Windsor Law LLC exists to assist these students and their families. We can do this in four ways:

  1. Advisory Consultations allow us to gather information and determine if there is a matter for which a legal remedy exists.
  2. Annual Partnerships allows us to gather school and medical records to provide accurate guidance for follow up testing when needed. This includes acute attention to critical issues such as IEPs and 504 plans and allows us to get the proper match between the student’s disability and the appropriate school services.
  3. Hourly Representation allows us to provide targeted problem solving for more highly charged events such as Manifestation Determination Review Hearings, undeserved changes of a student’s educational placement, or other complex educational matters.
  4. Focused Representation with the goal of litigation. While we do not like to see parents go this route unless absolutely necessary, when it is necessary, we have both the team in place to do it and the skills to do it well. We believe litigation should only be used as a last resort after all less costly solutions have first been attempted and failed.

Why a Special Education Law Firm

We recognize that getting a child with a learning exceptionality through the K-12 public educational system is like being in a 12 year marriage from which neither party can obtain a divorce.

This high risk student population must be both informed as well as protected during their education in order to reach their full potential.

We are here to provide the kind of effective advocacy needed for that to happen.

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