What To Do If Your Child Is Suspended From School

By August 3, 2016Family Law

Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. posted in Family Law on Wednesday, August 03, 2016.

By Susan E. Block

Finding out that your child has been suspended from school is very traumatic to both the child and the parent. Suspension can arise from issues of drugs, inappropriate sexual conduct, or bullying, to name just a sample.

Every public school district has rules and regulations about student conduct. Your child has defined rights as to how discipline can be imposed. It is important to consult with a lawyer at the earliest possible point of this school problem. An experienced lawyer who regularly handles these matters can suggest actions that you and your child should take.

A suspension or expulsion can have serious consequences for your child’s future and can even become the basis for court involvement. Addressing these issues at the earliest possible time is critical.

At Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. our lawyers are able to provide you legal counsel and welcome the opportunity to help your child and you through this difficult time.

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Susan E. Block

Susan E. Block

Susan Block returned to the practice of law after retiring as a Circuit Judge in 2004, with 25 years of judicial service. In her last judicial assignment she was appointed to serve as the Administrative Judge of the Family Court with the authority to manage the policies and practices of this division, while maintaining a full caseload of abuse, neglect, delinquency and adoption matters.