Special education services are available for children ages 3-22 who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). This is a document developed for each student with special needs receiving a public education. Your child's school district is required to provide the services outlined in the IEP.

If you're unsatisfied with your child's IEP, Michelle K. McGuire, Attorney at Law will guide you through the process of mediation or filing due process in Olmsted Falls, OH. Reach out to us today to get started on your case.

3 things you need to know about IEP law

IEP law can be complicated. Here's what you should know about your child's IEP:


It determines which programs your child is eligible for.


It outlines your child's annual educational goals and progress toward those goals.


It's developed through IEP meetings with parents and special education teachers.

If you don't agree with the goals and services in your child's IEP, you have options to hold a mediation session, file due process or file a civil lawsuit. Your special education lawyer can help you decide how to resolve your dispute.

Contact Michelle K. McGuire, Attorney at Law now for assistance with IEP law in Olmsted Falls, OH.