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The information provided on this website is general information. It may or may not reflect current legal developments.

Inclusion of listings in the Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities should not be construed as endorsement of their products or services by the owners of Wrightslaw. When contacting the individuals listed on our website, you do so at your own risk.

In most states, various professionals, such as attorneys, doctors, and psychologists, etc., are regulated by a state agency. Most such agencies post reports of founded complaints and actions taken. You will want to do your own research and perhaps talk with others as a part of your "due diligence."

Always question, investigate, and evaluate.

Law is always changing

In all areas of law, given the same facts and the same statute, judges may issue different rulings. One ruling may be binding in your geographical area, but not in another jurisdiction. 

State regulations may differ in specific procedural rules and content. 

If you are seeking answers to legal questions, you may understand the general rule, but you must also determine how the rule or concept is applied in your area. If this seems to be different, you need to find out if there is a difference in the judicial case law and regulations, or if the difference is due to an individual bureaucrat's interpretation of the law. 

This information is not intended to constitute legal advice or substitute for obtaining legal advice from your own counsel.

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