Experienced Attorney for Grand Rapids and Ada Special Education Legal Issues
Is your child a special education student who has been denied the necessary qualification for educational services?
Is your child a victim of sexual harassment on school property?
Is your child the victim of overreaching discipline by educators or a school board in a suspension or expulsion case?
The Michigan education law attorney you can trust with your child's education legal issues is Terry E. Heiss, founder of the Ada Legal Group. Our respected law firm has served families and school districts with education legal issues for more than 27 years.
Terry E. Heiss brings dignity and integrity to the practice of law. His fidelity to Christian principles shines through in everything he does for you. He is a legal trailblazer too; he handled a case of a student-to-student sexual harassment that resulted in a much-needed clarification of federal law.
This distinction is one of many that have made attorney Heiss's education law work so widely recognized in the range of jurisdictions he serves. When your child becomes part of a school controversy, or when your child requires aggressive advocacy for protection of his or her rights, contact the Ada Legal Group at this phone number: 616-676-3850.
Your initial consultation is free. An evening appointment is available upon request.
Experience, Personal Service, Dedication to Christian Principles — the Ada Legal Group
Terry E. Heiss brings Christian compassion, decades of legal experience and a tradition of personal service to education law practice areas such as:
- Special education student qualifications for services
- Student sexual harassment
- Suspensions, expulsions and other disciplinary issues
For quality education law representation from a Christian perspective, speak with the rare lawyer who is a practicing Christian first and a practicing lawyer second. Speak with Terry E. Heiss of the Ada Legal Group.
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Our experienced Grand Rapids education law attorney can be contacted by phone, e-mail or fax. Your after-hours messages are always responded to promptly.