Lakeside, California Education Lawyers
Prior to opening his law practice, Edward J. Southcott worked for the San Diego Sheriff's Department for 21 years. During his career with the San Diego Sheriff's Department, Edward gained a broad range of experience in the criminal justice system. As a detective, Edward investigated all types of crimes ranging from minor infractions to murder. He was specially trained as a hate crime detective and as a vice crimes investigator. As a detective on the San Diego County Human Trafficking Taskforce, Edward gained extensive knowledge and experience in the investigation and prosecution...
Matthew Storey is a partner at the Law Offices of Schwartz & Storey, in charge of the office's litigation department. Mr. Storey's focus is on representing families in all areas of general and special education and equality law. As a respected attorney in the field of special education, Mr. Storey has given numerous seminars and lectures on special education, self-advocacy, and is a professor of Law and Ethics at the Brandman University School Psychology graduate program. Involved in special education most of his life, Mr. Storey's younger brother has cerebral palsy and his parents fought with different...
I have been assisting clients in matters of divorce, support (child and spousal), custody and visitation and domestic violence since 1996. My reputation is that of a strong advocate who involves her clients in all aspects of their legal matters. My goal is to make my client's legal process as easy as possibly, keeping focused on protecting what matters most to that client. My clients find it easy to reach me and appreciate working directly with me.
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Special education attorney, education and equality legal advocacy and representation. The Law Offices of Seth Schwartz helps children with disabilities and their families ensure educational rights under the IDEA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the ADA and, other laws that offer education and equality protections. Common services include a free consultation, document requests and review, attending IEP & 504 meetings, manifestation determinations, and other hearings, compliance complaints, due process and fear hearings, civil rights actions, and appeals.