"They worked hard for what was best for my family." - East Texas Area Parent

Highly rated special education lawyer

Exclusively special needs matters

We only handle special education and special needs matters. Those cases involve asserting the rights of a student receiving special education services or future and financial planning for individuals with special needs.

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Serving students and individuals with special needs

We never lose sight of who we work for: individuals and students with disabilities. We do not represent schools or school districts.

100% Child Centered Representation

Our focus is on getting results for your child.

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"Kevin and his team are very knowledgeable. Would recommend to anyone looking for a special education attorney." - Greater Houston Area Parent

Highly rated special education lawyer

Meet Kevin

Kevin is a proud father, a former teacher and an attorney with an extensive background in litigation. He advocates for children and families in special education law matters.

“[Kevin] is a great person with a big heart.” – Greater Houston Area Client
“Kevin helped me so much throughout this process. I am very happy with how everything is coming together…” – Houston Client

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Serving clients throughout the state

Katy and West of Houston

1846 Snake River Rd Ste.B9
Katy, TX 77449

Houston Central Business District

720 Rusk St, Ste.501
Houston, TX 77002

Contact Us

(832) 422-7333
Principal office in Katy, TX
Meetings and consultations by appointment only.

Special Education Practice Areas

IEP or ARD Committee Disputes

Parents have a number of special education dispute resolutions options, including facilitation, mediation, state complaints and due process.

Evaluation Issues

The law provides rights to initial evaluations for services (FIE), reevaluations, and second opinion evaluations (IEE).

Refusal to Provide Services

In addition to your child's right to FAPE, there are procedural protections when your school refuses special education services or placement.

School Failure to Follow IEP

Your school must implement the services or programing outlined in your child's IEP.

Independent Educational Evaluations

You have a right to an independent educational evaluation, or second opinion, when you disagree with the evaluation obtained by your school.

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Behavior & Discipline

The law requires that your school district appropriately address the behavior of any child with a disability that impedes his or her learning or the learning of others.

Lack of Progress or Falling Behind

Your school may be in violation of special education law if they are failing to address your child's inadequate progress.

Failure to Evaluate

Your school must evaluate every child who may have a disability requiring special education services. You have a right to request that your school evaluate your child.

Section 504 Issues 

Section 504 provides protections and rights to your child.

Bullying & Harassment  

State and federal law protect your child from bullying and harassment at school.