Are the Schools Getting Smarter or Are We Giving Up?

By |2017-08-31T20:42:40+00:00November 22nd, 2014|Special Education, Special Needs Law|

Due Process Hearings On Decline According to Disability as reported on September 25, 2014, by Michelle Diament Due Process Hearings are on the decline. Special education officials told government investigators that efforts to resolve disputes with families through mediation and resolution meetings are contributing to a decline in due process hearings.  Fewer special education [...]

Best Practices according to the Government for Meeting the Needs of the ASD Community

By |2020-09-30T07:50:33+00:00November 22nd, 2014|Special Education, Special Needs Law|

As reported in The Disability Scoop on September 15, 2014, Federal officials say they’re embarking on a new effort to identify best practices to meet the needs of individuals with autism from childhood to adulthood. The National Institute of Mental Health is doling out $7.9 million in first-year funding for 12 research projects that will [...]

Messy Finances–Bankruptcy Could Be Your Answer

By |2017-08-31T20:42:40+00:00November 22nd, 2014|Bankruptcy, Debtor-Creditor Litigation|

Are your finances a mess?  Do you believe that your only escape is bankruptcy? Many individuals have found personal bankruptcy imperative to solving their financial troubles.  The following article offers many great tips on bankruptcy that can be very helpful when faced with this situation. Bankruptcy Laws If this applies to you, then learn about [...]

Thinking about Bankruptcy-Some Do’s and Don’t’s

By |2017-08-31T20:42:40+00:00November 22nd, 2014|Bankruptcy, Debtor-Creditor Litigation|

Anything leading you to going through bankruptcy is not usually a happy tale, but that does not mean that your life after bankruptcy cannot be better. The purpose of bankruptcy is that you get to have a second chance at building your credit, meeting all your financial responsibilities, and getting the proverbial "fresh start". Before [...]

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