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0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Education Law for Texas on
Q: my daughter was denied lunch in a public school where they separate boys and girls can i do anything?

my daughter who was going to lunch was running a few mins late to get to the cafeteria because she was helping another student and when she got to the cafeteria the girls had already been called to the line and when she went to get her food, she was denied lunch stating girls and boys could not... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Education Law for Connecticut on
Q: What type of lawyers handle private occupational schools in the state of Connecticut and are for the students?

Is it better to do a class action suit or individually if the school breach contract and mislead the students?

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Civil Rights, Domestic Violence and Education Law for Texas on
Q: what to do if you choose to live with your dad AFTER you get kicked out on the streets by your mom but she reports you

So This is a huge story. I am typing this for my boyfriend, but we both are clue less on what to do next. Last year,in January 20th 2022, My boyfriend who is 15 at the time confronts his mother for threatening to beat me (!5 at the time) up..She gets really upset and tells his elder brother to kick... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Education Law for Alabama on
Q: I thought I finally had all my legal matters handled then outta no where I get a notice saying I need to appear in court

These tickets are from 2017 and how can they charge me for driving while revoked and driving while license not in possession at the same time it's almost 6 years later and they say if I don't show in court or make a payment they will suspend my license or issue a warrant

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Georgia on
Q: Can school officials request access to see kids room and clothes to determine if the child stays enrolled.

After allowing them access and they have all documentation for my address they still withdrew him. Public school in Georgia

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Idaho on
Q: The school district has 2 elementary schools. They told me my son would have to switch schools to keep IEP. Can they?

He has had an IEP since kindergarten and is now in 4th grade. My son absolutely did not want to switch schools and doesn't do well with change. They told me he switches schools or loses IEP so he lost it but then I find out today my niece has an IEP at the same school. They were rude and would... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Ohio on
Q: Can I sue my private Christian school for not letting my play football because I’m a girl?

My school accepts federal tax dollars so I’m not sure if this makes them exempt from Title IX or not

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law and Family Law on
Q: I have a court order with my sons father I wanna know can he enroll our son in the school district where I live

Dad has Monday-Thursday and I have Friday -Saturday

1 Answer | Asked in Education Law, Civil Rights and Health Care Law for Kentucky on
Q: What rights does the school have to call my child’s doctor to ask information about appointments, missed appointments

My child is on home hospital due to him being sick a lot. I found out that the school called my sons doctor questioning the home health reason and asked when his appointment was and the doctor openly told them that we decided that it may be beneficial for my son to see a therapist the doctor openly... Read more »

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jan 26, 2023

None whatsoever. Absolutely none.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Education Law and Military Law for Nebraska on
Q: Under what circumstances might a person still be under the legal custody of their parents at 18 years old?
Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler
answered on Jan 26, 2023

If you live in Nebraska, the age of majority is 19 years old. Thus, an 18 year in Nebraska is generally still in the legal custody of their parents. One exception to this would be if the 18 year old is legally emancipated by court order.

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law on
Q: what can do about it because i feel traumatized because i though school is a safe place!

I walked passed a staff member and i went to the restroom and he followed me in there a couple seconds after me then I sat down to use the restroom and he started peeking though the stall and I was telling him to stop looking at me and and he kept asking me for my pass and I told him I have one... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law and Juvenile Law for New Jersey on
Q: can Somerset school district questioned juvenile without parents consensus or present?

School investigate my child bulling case. my child wants to call us before the school questioned him but school administration not allow him to contact us, told him no one allow to listen to the conversation.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Civil Litigation and Education Law for Virginia on
Q: Does VA law require a notary to sign when notarizing a document?

A document that I recently had notarized by Bank of America is being rejected by my university on the grounds that the notary hasn't signed it. While attempting to research this online, I have yet to find definitive answers.

Derek Allen Colvin
Derek Allen Colvin
answered on Jan 26, 2023

There are seven (7) items required for the notary to state on each document being notarized:

1. The name of the county or independent city in which the document is signed

2. The date the document is signed.

3. The notarial statement – what is being notarized (i.e. a...
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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Education Law for New York on
Q: Hello I wanted to know if it's possible for a principal to have a student in 2nd grade get left back (repeat grade).

My twin girls are kind of struggling in 2nd grade, but I have them seeing a tutor twice a week and we see the improvement, but the principal wants to change their school to go where they will be in a special ed classroom. I am not completely against having them in that classroom, what I am against... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for New Jersey on
Q: Can a student in second grade be expelled for harmful & dangerous behavior and gross insubordination?

Not in special education but in a charter school

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for North Carolina on
Q: My child has been searched twice because of another student spreading rumors at school is this legal

I read they can be searched but only if there isn't doubt he done anything

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Illinois on
Q: Which case law supports the discovery motion for the state of Indiana?

I ask for discovery during my initial hearing prior to my omnibus hearing discovery was not provided.

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