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I represent parents in their fight to ensure that their children are provided a free and appropriate public education as guaranteed by Federal law. IEP plans, 504 plans, expulsions and suspensions. Certified by the William and Mary Law School Institute for Special Education Advocacy.
I have worked as a criminal defense attorney since my admission to the Ohio Bar in 1993 and the South Carolina Bar in 1997. I...
Tom Marks graduated with honors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law in...
O'Fallon, MO 63368
University of Missouri - Columbia
Doug also provides excellent advice to his clients who need estate planning representation, drafting wills, powers of attorney, healthcare directives, and trusts for estates of all sizes.
Doug's clients appreciate his flexibility, his availability, and his understanding of the business world. He realizes that when business owners deliver a contract for review, they want...
Dallas, TX 75240
Southern Methodist University
I completed trial advocacy and appellate advocacy training with the United States Department of Justice, and the mediation training for the State of Kansas. I have helped more than 500 clients with divorces, custody matters, paternity matters and adoptions.
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