Guide to Working with an Attorney
Special Needs Attorney in New Jersey
Those with special needs, such as children or vulnerable adults, often need the help of a skilled legal advocate to resolve problems. When there is a troublesome situation, such as a school district that is not delivering on their legal obligation to provide educational services to your child, issues with college and special needs, adult services or guardianship, you want to ensure you have the best possible legal counsel assisting you. At Freeman Law Offices, LLC, the firm is focused strictly on providing legal counsel for special needs children and adults. The first step in moving forward with legal support is to engage the services of an advocate that will be personally involved in resolving the situation rapidly.
Section 504, Special Education, Guardianship, Estate Planning and Adult Services
Ms. Freeman has fought and won for children and adults in special needs legal cases, including against school districts. When you work with a New Jersey special needs attorney from our firm, there are certain actions you can take to make the process easier. Find out about an initial consultation and our initial consultation checklist so that you are prepared when we meet. We know how important these issues are for you and your family member, and we like to move forward quickly to get the problem under control and your matter resolved.
Your first appointment with our attorney will last from one to two hours, and we are prepared to answer all of your questions and concerns during that first meeting. We like to get the most out of any meeting, and if you come prepared with certain documents, we can then much more quickly move forward and take legal action for you. Your family member has rights, and if they have been violated, we are advocates for justice for those with and who love people living with autism, dyslexia, Tourette's, and other conditions. We will not put these critical issues on the back burner. We know that your loved one needs the help that is promised under state or federal laws, and we will help you hold those accountable who have failed to deliver and violated your family member's rights.
After we have met with you, you will get a retainer agreement from our firm that outlines the costs involved in advocating for your case. This can only be done after we have reviewed your unique situation, as that will allow us to see what legal work will be necessary to get the matter on track. We outline our expectations, and what our duties will be in your case. We take our job very seriously, and we are personally committed to fighting for justice for those with special needs. When your case is resolved, if your retainer has not been spent, we return the balance to you. We do not overbill and are always concerned for our clients and try to make all of our legal work be at a reasonable cost.
We have a range of services that we can provide to you, whether it is related to special education, higher education, guardianship or estate planning. Each of these areas is of great importance, and you could have more than one issue that needs resolution. Our focus at our firm is on providing dedicated, personal legal service in all of these issues, and we are prepared to serve you and answer your questions about your case on an immediate basis.
Contact our firm to make an appointment.