About Theresa Kraft, Esq., 
A Special Education Attorney


How we started.

Attorney Theresa Kraft is licensed to practice law in NH (15851) and FL (83388). For over 10 years, Theresa has focused on representing parents of children with disabilities under the Federal laws that require a free appropriate public education to all children with disabilities. Theresa does not treat each case in a cookie cutter manner, just as each child is different, so is each case. Theresa has represented parents of children with dyslexia, adhd, autism, asperger’s, and cognitive impairment.


Who we represent.

Theresa has represented parents in mediation, at due process hearings, on appeal at the federal level, and in informal negotiations. Additionally, Theresa has coached parents on how to become their child’s best advocate. Theresa has spoken at parent training sessions, written articles on the importance of special education, and has mentored other attorneys new to special education.

Services that we provides to our clients.


Review of Educational File


Coaching for Pro Se Parent



The parent shall have the right to a response from the public agency to reasonable requests for explanations and interpretations of the records. If a school record includes information on more than one pupil, the parents of those pupils have the right to inspect and review only the information relating to their child or to be informed of that specific information. A public agency shall provide a parent, on request of the parent, a list of the types and locations of school records collected, maintained, or used by the agency. A public agency may charge no more than the actual cost of reproducing the records, but if this cost effectively prevents the parent from exercising the right to receive the copy or copies, the copy or copies shall be reproduced at no cost.

Most legal dictionaries define the term "pro se" as someone who represents them-self in a legal procedure without the aid of an attorney. It is an established tenet that you have the right to represent yourself in a court of law, however, many people do not understand that choosing to represent yourself means that the Court will expect you to follow the same rules and procedures that an attorney must follow. That's where we can help you prepare for the journey ahead...

Parents or educational agencies may resolve educational disputes through a mechanism called due process. Due process differs from other dispute resolution opportunities in that a Hearing Officer decides the dispute for the parties. Throughout the due process proceedings, resolution through mediation remains available to the parties. In addition, during the proceedings the parties may settle some or all of the issues among themselves at any time.



50 Bridge Street, Suite 203

Manchester, NH 03101






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Attorney Kraft is Of Counsel at EdLaw NE, PLLC and accepts special education cases in New Hampshire through EdLaw NE, PLLC.


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