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Are you beginning your search for education lawyers in New Jersey? The lawyers at Montgomery Law have recovered millions of dollars in misplaced educational benefits for our clients. We are happy to discuss your case and always offer free consultations.

Serving all of New Jersey: 856-282-5550

About New Jersey Special Education Law

If you have a child that receives special education supports and services, or you feel as though your child should receive special education supports and services, but you are not happy with your school district, you have the right to challenge the school district’s decisions.

Whether your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) that has not been implemented appropriately or you feel as though your child is in need of an IEP, but your school district refuses to classify your child, one of our attorneys may be able to help ensure that your child receives the Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to which they are entitled.

Common Issues handled by the New Jersey Education Lawyers at Montgomery Law:

  • IEP disputes

  • Eligibility determinations

  • Requests for Independent Education Evaluations (IEEs)

  • Tuition reimbursement and placement at private schools

  • Bullying and serious assaults in school (physical and sexual assaults)

  • Disciplinary issues (suspensions, expulsions, weapons and other serious violations)

  • Manifestation Determinations

Offices of Administrative Law New Jersey:

In New Jersey there are three courthouses that hear special education law issues.

Atlantic City Office
Office of Administrative Law
1601 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 601
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401

Newark Office
Office of Administrative Law
33 Washington Street
Newark, New Jersey 07102

Trenton (Mercerville) Office
Office of Administrative Law
9 Quakerbridge Plaza
Mercerville (Hamilton Twp.), New Jersey 08619

You can read the Office of Administrative Law final decisions by clicking on this link.

We look forward to advocating for your child!