About Asselta Law - Education Law

About Asselta Law - Educa…

Asselta Law was founded by attorney Richard Asselta. Mr. Asselta had the unique fortune to begin his career at a law firm that exclusively handled highly complex and technical federal criminal matters. For 20 years, Mr. Asselta has built on that experience. He combined his skills as a trial attorney and his knowledge gained from being the education law attorney for a school district to establish Asselta Law.

For nearly 10 years Mr. Asselta was the education lawyer for a large public-school district. Drawing from that unique experience, the firm specializes in education and school law. Asselta Law assists students of all ages with academic, disciplinary, and financial issues or disputes with public, private and charter schools, including K-12, college, graduate, doctoral, vocational and technical schools. The firm also handles appeals of student and teacher suspensions, student expulsions and academic and professional misconduct.

Asselta Law is passionate about ensuring that our clients receive the highest caliber legal services. Mr. Asselta is committed to working with you to develop a comprehensive plan and to ensure that you are provided the representation that you deserve.

For further explanation of the practice areas that Mr. Asselta can assist you with, please review our Practice Areas page. You can also contact our office immediately to discuss your case and to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Florida education and school law attorney. Through our main office in Florida, we represent clients throughout the state and nationally. Asselta Law offers flat-fees, affordable payment plans and accepts credit cards.

Mr. Asselta is very proud that his skills as an attorney have been rated a perfect 10 on Avvo and has achieved the distinguished AV-Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubble. He also has been awarded the Avvo Client’s Choice Award since 2015 and has earned a five-star rating from his clients.

       

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