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Secure a Proper Education for Your Child

Your child has rights. You’re not afraid to fight for them, either.

But navigating the complex rules and regulations around special education is overwhelming.

The cornerstone of federal special education law is the Individualized Education Program, or IEP, that each child must receive. Having a tailored plan might sound like a simple concept, but the implementation of it—or fighting the lack thereof—gets complicated.

There’s a way for you to bring strength to your mission to get what’s best for your child. The Cuddy Law Firm, with offices in New York, Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, has dedicated special education attorneys who know what you’re going through and how to get results for your child.

You probably have questions about IEPs. It’s natural. We strive to be a resource for you by providing answers below.

And if you think your child’s school is failing to manage his or her IEP correctly, call the Cuddy Law Firm for help getting the situation resolved.

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Questions About IEPs

  • What Is an IEP?

  • What does an IEP include?

  • Is the IEP a legally binding document?

  • What should I do if the IEP isn't followed?