This article was provided by  Education Advocacy U.K. Ltd

A child or a person with any kind of disability has the right to study in any school, college or in an educational institute just as the normal students study in the schools. Disability discrimination law is made against such school or college who prohibits the child from getting admission, education, and learning in the school just because he needs some special needs or is disabled.

Advocates for special education needs

If the school or college is refusing your child from getting the admission, then in that case you can take the help of advocates for special education. These advocates will help your special child to get the education which is his birth right. These advocates are knowledgeable as well as experienced in handling such types of special cases. They will first analyze your needs and your rights with respect to the school and then they start planning the legal case that will be filed in the court. He will do the counseling of the children to understand the needs of the students. After the counseling, the lawyer will study your case very thoroughly and will prepare the paperwork according to your child’s needs. These papers will then be filed in the court so that court proceedings may begin. After the court proceedings, the court will issue an order or statement to the college or school stating that all kinds of limits and conditions should be removed from the school so that your child may get the education which is his right.

As you know it is very important to get every important document notarized by the state authority to avoid rejection at the later date. You may get into serious legal problem if your document is not entered in the record of notary office. However, while registering your document, it is necessary that you must avoid following mistakes to avoid problem in future.

Not reading the wording of the document carefully

Before signing any document that you are taking to public notary, it is important that you read the documents very carefully. You must understand the meaning of each word as they are written in legal language. You must understand clearly about their legal implications. Also make sure that your document is complete in every respect.

Forget to mention the location where the document was made

Quite often people forget to mention the location where the document was registered in public notary. If there is different location printed on the document, then the same need to be corrected.

Forget to write your name under your signature

Make sure that your full name is mentioned under your signature so that no other person can make a claim on your document in future.

Do not enter wrong date

Many people often in hurry put wrong date of implementation of the document, which may create confusion in the later date. Please check the calendar properly before entering.

Avoid putting notary seal in wrong place

Avoid putting seal over the wording

In a divorce or legal separation, custodial rights always come into the discussion. The fathers have for the most part, felt the law has favoured the mothers. A more unbiased perspective is seen now with about 50% of the time fathers seeking custody getting it. Involvement of the father in the child’s upbringing is as important as the mother’s.

While awarding custodial rights the child's best interest in kept in mind. There are more factors to consider than just visitation schedules. The legal custodian can take decisions about the child's medical care and education. Physical custody would be with the parent the child stays with. An agreement between the parents can be made and submitted to a court for approval. In cases where a parent refuses to honour the custody order, a local family lawyer should be consulted.

Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse and violence. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, age, ethnicity or economic status, though most of the victims are women.

Some victims do not realise they are in an abusive relationship until it is too late. An abuser could resort to threats, name calling, accusations, stalking, possessiveness and pressurising the victim. An abuser has only one thing in mind: control; and s/he can do that physically or psychologically. Psychological and emotional abuse are as traumatic as physical violence, and the scars of abuse remain for a lifetime.

The first step to combat an abusive relationship is to spot the signs. Opening up to a person you can trust be it a friend, a colleague, your doctor or at your community centre will ensure you get help. The victims of an abusive relationship are depressed, scared, and ashamed. They need support and help to get out of it.