Justice AFSE's Services include:
- Review and interpretation of assessments and assistance in developing Individualized Education Plans (IEP's) or 504 plans as determined by your child's educational evaluations (in-home, via telephone, or e-mail).
- Information regarding federal and state mandates established in the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA) and Texas Special Education Rules and Regulations.
- Guidance regarding timelines mandated under various special ed circumstances.
- Preparation for and attendance at IEP or 504 meetings.
- Review of special ed documents before they are signed.
- Due Process Hearings - including preparation, filing DPH requests, and representation at the hearing.
- Mediations - including preparation, requests, and representation at the mediation.
I am happy to announce that I also locally represent Cirkiel and Associates, Round Rock and Houston!
My approach is simple:
- I Am committed to communicating clearly and civilly with all concerned.
- I believe that sincere and honest people working together can achieve positive results.
- I believe that non-confrontational approaches will, in the end, serve the child best.
- However, be assured I am prepared to do what is necessary when that doesn't work.
* * * * Please Note: * * * *
As an active member of the Council of Parent Attorneys
and Advocates (COPAA). I strictly adhere
voluntary code of ethics regarding:
Responsibilities to Client
Conflicts of Interest
Please Click here for the complete code.
Justice AFSE's Services do not include legal advice. Jack Justice, M.ED, Special Ed Advocate, is not a lawyer, does not practice law, and makes no claim to be an expert in Special Education Law.