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Legal Webinar: Educational Neglect in the Day of COVID-19
WHEN: Thursday, May 28th at 12:30 PM
Learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on education and the responsibility of parents’ during this time.
With COVID-19 continuing to affect our day to day life, many families with school aged children are facing unprecedented circumstances regarding education at home due to schools being closed.
This Thursday, join us as we explore the typical and added aspects of parents’ educational obligations and what parents’ need to know about their responsibilities while schooling their children at home.
• What is educational neglect?
• What are a parent’s normal responsibilities with regard to education?
• What is the role of family court in cases of educational neglect?
• How do cases get reported and what are the potential outcomes?
• How has the definition of educational neglect changed amid COVID-19?
• How are children with special educational needs being addressed?
Each first time attendee will be eligible for a discounted consultation with one of our Family Matrimonial Attorneys. Attendees who have already had discounted a consultation are not eligible for another one.
We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!
Registration for this webinar is now closed, please visit our Events page to view our other upcoming webinars.
Please Note: The topic of this webinar will focus on educational neglect in New York State. You are welcome to attend if you are located elsewhere, but please know that the information provided may not be applicable depending on your location.
Our team of Family & Matrimonial attorneys’ area of practice is limited to matters in New York.
About the Presenter: Barbara J. King, Esq.
For well over two decades, Barbara has been representing parents, spouses and other parties from Long Island to the Capital Region, as well as clients nationally and internationally, in a wide range of family and matrimonial matters. She is a partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC and heads one of the firm’s largest legal departments in Albany. She is experienced in representing New Yorkers in proceedings relating to divorce, separation, equitable distribution, annulment, child support, child custody, spousal maintenance and adoption.