Addressing the Aftermath: Navigating Post-COVID Learning Losses

|April 15, 2024 | education law

The echoes of the COVID-19 pandemic are reverberating throughout our educational systems, leaving a profound impact on the academic trajectories of students. As we navigate through the aftermath, it’s imperative to confront the stark reality outlined in the latest research: children are facing potentially permanent setbacks in their learning. According to a report from University […]

Understanding the Suspension of Special Needs Students

|April 12, 2024 | education law

Being a parent is a challenging role. For parents of special needs students, it comes with additional layers of care, concern, and sometimes, confusion. One disconcerting situation that may arise is when a special needs child faces suspension from school. This blog post aims to shed light on the suspension process, your rights as a […]

How to Write an IEP from a Parent’s Perspective – Part 4

|March 1, 2024 | IEP

In the previous blogs, we talked about present levels with a parent’s vision statement, SMARTER goals, and specially designed instruction. This blog will discuss the formal transition plan for high school students. Strategic planning for your child’s future involves the crucial process of reverse engineering. Revisit our initial blog, where we delved into the concept […]

The High Rate of Divorce Following the Holidays

|January 30, 2024 | divorce

A study by the University of Washington identified a spike in divorce filings in the first three months of the year. Several factors can influence when couples decide to pursue divorce. If you’re considering seeking a divorce after the holidays, you should familiarize yourself with the following tips and suggestions to make the divorce process easier for […]

How to Write an IEP from a Parents’ Perspective – Part 1

|January 30, 2024 | IEP

When a child with a disability needs specially designed instruction, they qualify for an individual education plan (IEP) under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), U.S. federal law. This 30+ page document contains information about the child, including present levels, diagnosis, goals, specially designed instruction, transition planning, related services, and how much time they […]

What Happens When Divorced Parents Disagree on Where to Send Their Child to School?

|November 2, 2023 | Co-parenting

One of the hardest parts about getting divorced and sharing children with your ex-spouse is the decision-making process. It’s common to hit a wall when making decisions for your children together, including where the kids should go to school. Fortunately, a custody attorney can help. Can Both Parents Make Decisions Regarding a Child’s Education Together? […]

IEPs: What Parents Need to Know

|October 25, 2023 | IEP

In the world of education law, few acronyms carry as much weight as “IEP.” An Individualized Education Program(IEP) is a crucial document designed to ensure that every child receives a tailored education that meets their unique needs. For parents navigating the complex landscape of education law, understanding IEPs is paramount. In this blog, we’ll delve […]

Understanding Child Support in Pennsylvania

Child support is a hot-button issue in many divorces. It’s a matter that is best resolved with a skilled Pennsylvania child support attorney on your side. Pennsylvania has developed child support calculation guidelines as outlined in the federal Child Support Enforcement Act. These guidelines take into consideration the following: Needs of the child, which include […]

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