Wheelchair Lawyer: Introduction


In this podcast, Brian tells us why he started the Wheelchair Wheelchair Lawyer podcast.   https://d3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net/production/2020-2-28/59791934-44100-1-10a01bd31572f.m4a

Feds Clarify Special Ed Guidance For School Closures

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Troubled that some districts were choosing not to educate students at all because of special education concerns, the U.S. Department of Education is rethinking its advice to schools. With a fact sheet released over the weekend, the Education Department said it is seeking to address a “serious misunderstanding.” “It was extremely disappointing to hear that some school […]

Parental Alienation

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*The research featured in this blog comes from a recent AFCC conference. One of the numerous threats that plague contentious divorces is the risk of parental alienation.  Parental alienation is defined as when a child whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict separation or divorce “allies himself strongly with one parent (the preferred parent) and […]

Day 2 at Association of Family and Conciliation Courts


Day 2 featured a conversation with a judge from Memphis, Tennessee. This judge talked about the new and innovative approaches taken by the Memphis County Courthouse staff to make the court a friendlier and inviting place for litigants. Some of the features that they talked about were improved lighting, air quality, babysitting services, food for […]

Day 1 at AFCC – Association of Family and Conciliation Courts


Today, Jaycee Dugard of A Stolen Life fame spoke at AFCC. She’s received national media attention for her tremendous and courageous story of when she was captured as an 11-year-old and held in captivity for some 18 years. She spoke about overcoming trauma and dealing with the realities of re-entering society and her foundation, the JAYC Foundation, […]

My 2 days with Access at Boston Calling 2018


Normally I would not post personal blogs about my daily events or activities on this website. However, I have to share my experience at Boston Calling since it is Americans with Disabilities Association (“ADA”) related. Boston Calling is an annual festival featuring local and national artists such as Eminem, Tool and many others. https://bostoncalling.com/ I have been to […]

How do I go about changing a separation agreement?


The separation agreement is a document which results from a divorce settlement. In short, it is the agreement by which you and your ex-spouse formalize your obligations to one another post-divorce. The terms of a separation agreement either survive or merge into a divorce judgment. Whether or not your agreement has survived or merged has […]

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