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Our approach

We know that dealing with the everyday realities of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) can be very challenging. Families often have to manage emotional, practical and financial difficulties. There can also be complex local authority policies and law to negotiate when trying to secure support for the child or young person.

In our experience families can be frustrated, and worn out, from having to constantly negotiate with a local authority or school to take action for the benefit of their child or young person.

We believe that because SEND law is so complex, only a specialist solicitor will do. Our dedicated special educational needs team can be contacted on 0800 884 0723 or at [email protected].

Our role is to make the legal process as straight forward as possible. We provide as much support as you need and we understand that our involvement is one part of a bigger picture.

We also understand that instructing solicitors can be a big step. It is important that you feel that we understand your case, your concerns and your aspirations.

We will provide you with understandable, clear and honest advice about your case. If we do not think that you have good prospects of success, we will tell you.

We work hard for our clients to achieve an outcome which enables children and young people with SEND to move forward successfully.

If you would like to discuss your case then please contact us at [email protected] or call 0800 884 0723 – our specialist SEN solicitors are here to help.

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