Parents should contemplate consulting with an attorney when they encounter difficulties with their child’s education,
namely:
How do I know if I need an attorney?
  • If you are having difficulty attaining special education eligibility for your child with special needs
  • If you are having difficulty agreeing with your school system on the services your child requires
  • If you are struggling to have your child’s IEP followed
  • If you are struggling to have your child properly evaluated
  • If you are contemplating removing your child from school due to ongoing conflict
What are Aimee’s fees?
Does Aimee ever take pro bono cases?
More specific questions about special education?
Please see the Resource page for links to further information.
Aimee Gilman Esq. Supporting children with special needs and their families.

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  • The Law Office of Aimee E. Gilman accepts a limited number of pro bono cases each year. If you feel that your case
  • warrants consideration on a pro bono basis, feel free to contact the office to discuss your case.
  • Fees often depend on the complexity of each case. Fees are discussed and decided on a case by case basis
  • Initial consultations generally require a set fee, required at the consultation.