How We Can Help

The following are some of the many ways we can help you:

  • If you believe your student is not receiving the services he or she needs, or that their individualized education plan (IEP) is inadequate or improperly implemented, we will work to ensure that schools deliver the educational services and accommodations required by state and federal laws.
  • If your student needs classroom accommodations or related services, we can assist you with eligibility and development of a 504 plan. We also work with schools to address the sensitive but very serious issue of bullying in school- a common problem for students with disabilities.
  • If your student is threatened with suspension or expulsion due to disciplinary issues, we can assist you with manifestation meetings and due process hearings.
  • When your student turns 14 years old, we can assist with the development and implementation of a comprehensive transition plan.
  • If you are having difficulty communicating with your school, our office can be your school district’s primary contact for your student.  Ask us how this works.
  • You can also contact us if your public or private school is seeking guidance on compliance with special education laws. 
  • We are available for one-time office consultation, trainings, or to research a particular area of education law for you or your school.
  • We can provide you with comprehensive estate planning including special needs trusts, conservatorship, and guardianship.

During an initial consultation, we will help you formulate a goal. We then use our knowledge of the ever-changing federal and state special education statutes, regulations, case-law and policies to facilitate the accomplishment of your stated goal.  We will support you by either giving you the information you need to attend a meeting, mediation or hearing with confidence or accompanying you to represent your interests.

Finally, if we encounter an area of law that we do not handle, we will happily refer you to someone who does.


We offer a thirty minute free in-office consultation. If you choose to retain this office, a minimum retainer of 10 hours at your individual rate is required when you sign our contract. Payment plans are available.

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250 East Main Street, Suite 4
Norton, MA 02766

Phone: 508-285-5504
FAX: 508-285-6022

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Thank you so much for your guidance and support! We definitely needed someone with your wisdom and insight to confirm our son’s rights and that we needed to fight for them! You’re wonderful and parents/kids are lucky to have you as a resource!

-- Laura and Shawn O.