Many times schools attempt to withhold transcripts, diplomas, and other documentation, for various reasons. Typically, this is done when the school believes the student has outstanding financial issues with the school - essentially holding your academic future hostage. If you are having difficulty with your school regarding a transcript, diploma or other documentation, contact Richard Asselta, a knowledgeable education and school law attorney.
Proof of your education is necessary in many situations. Whether you want to apply to a different school program like graduate school, or you need to apply for a job, proof of your education history is needed. If your school is holding you academically hostage, Asselta Law can help you persuade your academic institution to give you the documentation you need.
With Richard Asselta’s litigation and former school district attorney background, he is experienced and equipped to help you. His knowledge of education, school law and the policies of both Florida and New Jersey school districts and higher education institutions can help you obtain your diploma or transcripts.
Many times schools end up withholding transcripts and diplomas for inappropriate or inaccurate reasons. Working with an education and school law lawyer can help you regain your records. Do not let your school withhold your transcripts or conferral of your rightfully deserved degree.
Has a school or university informed you that they are withholding your degree? Have they informed you that there are issues which prevent them from conferring your degree? If so, call Asselta Law for help. While there are situations where the failure to confer or the withholding of a degree is within the school’s rights, many times mistakes are made. It is important to have an attorney who understands the intricacies of the school and university process who can help you achieve what you worked so hard for. Call our office today for a free consultation to find out how Asselta Law can help.
Richard Asselta provides representation to clients throughout the state. Mr. Asselta will provide you knowledgeable and aggressive representation to pursue the best possible outcome in your legal matter. Call today for a free consultation with an experienced school law attorney. (855) 338-5299