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Understanding The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law ensuring services to children with disabilities nationwide. IDEA governs how states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education and related services. In California, this act is the cornerstone of your child’s right to a fair and appropriate public education.

Filing A Complaint Under IDEA

When a school district in San Diego or elsewhere in California fails to comply with IDEA, parents have the right to take action. You can file a complaint if you believe your child’s educational rights have been violated. This formal process requires a detailed account of the violations, including dates, descriptions of the incidents and how these actions have affected your child’s education.

How The Law Office of Sean M. Hobson Can Assist

Drafting a complaint that captures the full scope of the violations against your child’s rights can be daunting. Attorney Sean Hobson understands the details of IDEA violations and can manage this crucial paperwork for you. The Law Office of Sean M. Hobson ensures that every complaint is comprehensive, detailed and precise, bolstering the chances of a favorable outcome.

Why Choose Sean M. Hobson To Represent Your Interests?

Navigating the legal system can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to the well-being of your child. Sean M. Hobson is a dedicated professional committed to advocating for the rights of children with disabilities. His thorough approach to handling complaints under IDEA ensures that your voice is heard when it comes to your child’s educational support needs.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

If you suspect an IDEA violation is holding back your child’s education, don’t wait. Contact the Law Office of Sean M. Hobson to schedule a free consultation. Talk with Sean about your case and learn how he can assist you in fighting for your child’s best interests. Call 760-230-3577 to reach his Escondido office or use the firm’s email intake form.