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Law Office of Paul Klisiewicz

Personal Injury, Car Accident, Slip & Fall Accident, Animal Bite, Property Damage, Reproductive Law

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Paul Klisiewicz

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Personal Injury, Car Accident, Animal Bite, Slip & Fall Accident

Paul Klisiewicz is an attorney specializing in Personal Injury claims such as motor vehicle accidents, trip and fall, Workers Compensation, Social Sec... (more)

Reproductive Law

Law Office of Paul Klisiewicz
14 Main Street, P.O. Box 294
Southborough, MA 01772
42.296533,-71.535209
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14 Main Street, P.O. Box 294
Southborough, MA 01772

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Do School Districts Need to Obtain Parental Consent to Conduct an Initial Evaluation?
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Possible PPT Meeting Outcomes
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Child Find: Is Parental Permission Necessary Before Contacting the School About a Child?
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Child Find: When Should School Districts Be Contacted?
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Parental Rights in PPT Meetings
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Parent Participation in PPT Meetings
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