180A South Broadway, Suite 100
White Plains, NY 10605
Contact Person: Gina DeCrescenzo, Esq.
Phone Number: (914) 615-9177
Fax Number: (914) 615-9176
Website: https://www.decrescenzolaw.com/
Years in Service: 10
Mission Statement: Gina DeCrescenzo, PC. ("GDPC") is a top special education law firm in New York. The firm has a reputation of taking difficult cases and fighting to win. The team is not afraid to litigate and they partner with their clients and leading experts to achieve fantastic results. GDPC represents children and their parents in Committee on Special Education meetings (CSE or IEP meetings), 504 meetings, impartial (due process) hearings, suspension hearings, manifestation determinations, and on appeal (to the SRO, Federal Court, and Second Circuit). Beyond special education, the firm counsels parents regarding Guardianships, Special or Supplemental Needs Trusts, Wills, Powers of Attorney, and benefits such as Social Security - all in order to establish a lifetime plan for each child. The Firm also partners with Personal Injury firms in cases involving injuries to children and young adults, including the abuse and mistreatment (physical, sexual, emotional, and/or verbal) of children suffer at the hands of school personnel. The Firm has battled countless districts throughout New York State, including on Long Island, in NYC, across Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Ulster, Columbia, Greene, Ontario, and Saratoga counties. Their offices are in White Plains , New York.

Disabilities Served

Deaf or/and Hard of Hearing
Developmental Disabilities
Emotional / Psychiatric
Learning Disabilities
Physical Disabilities
Medically Fragile
Traumatic Brain Injured
Visually Impaired
Other Disabilities: All/Any

Ages Served

0 to 21

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Legal / Support / Advocacy Services

School Advocacy
Disability Rights Advocacy
Other: Legal/Support/Advocacy: Representation at school meetings and all litigation against school districts, including impartial hearing and suspension hearings.