Special Education Law and Advocacy
Mark S. Kamleiter, Esquire
2509 First Avenue S. Tel: (727) 323-2555
St. Petersburg, FL 33712 Fax: (727) 323-2599
Melissa Tremblay, Educational Advocate
Initial Contact With Us
One of the hardest decisions a person can make, when problems arise, is the decision to contact an attorney. Too often that important decision is put off too long. Many people wait until a problem has escalated almost beyond remediation. There are a number of reasons for this troublesome delay. Many people are unsure if their issue really requires the services an attorney. Others have anxiety about retaining an attorney or simply do not know how to go about finding an attorney who is capable of meeting their needs. In this website we will try to help you learn how to get the help you need either from us, or from another appropriate attorney or advocate. It is our desire everyone has access to the basic information they need to evaluate their case and to determine their need for legal or advocacy services. Please consider the information provided under the tabs "calling us" and "writing us." It can also be enlightening to look at the information under "office Policies."
Continuing Attorney/Client Communications
Once we have formed an attoreny/client relationship it is very important to us that we maintain continual and efficient attorney/ client communications. We understant that you are living the drama of the issues, for which you have consulted with us and we wish to be as much comfort and assurance for you as we can. We need to be up to date and know all developments in your case. We understand that you also need to be kept advised of everything that is happening in your case. We make every effort to make these communications as easy and as inexpensive as possible. Please consider the information provided under the tabs "calling us" and "writing us." It can also be enlightening to look at the information under "office Policies."
This page was last updated: April 1, 2015