What Every Parent Needs to Know Before the 2022-2023 School Year

Since becoming an expert in Juvenile Law in 2016, I have represented children and their families in several wild cases – An unlawful Baker Act, a five-year-old who walked away from school, a teenager attacked by a parent who brought boxing gloves to school, a disabled child harmed by a bus aid, a child repeatedly hit by a teacher, and a daycare covering it up for months resulting in severe trauma. And that was in the last year! I also talk to local news media about other cases involving children, including the Aiden Fucci case.

I obviously represent kids who are arrested or injured through no fault of their own, and many of those incidents that lead to an arrest or injury happen at school. I am using my expertise and legal knowledge to share some tips and tricks for every parent and student to be aware of this school year on my social channels. Stay tuned this week and follow me @shannonschott.esq on Instagram and TikTok as I share what I have learned. And if you have a question, DM me! I am happy to answer specific questions about issues you may be facing. As always, if you need my legal services, please feel free to contact Plata Schott Law for a consultation.



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I'm an award-winning, expert attorney in Jacksonville, Florida. I represent professional women and their families who are injured or arrested in Florida. I love my job and am proud to have a career, but when I became a mother, I learned that working moms are uniquely tasked with having to achieve "balance." (whatever that is.) What I really wanted was freedom - freedom to practice law in a way that works for me and my family. Through the support and advice of other working moms, I have found success by developing a personal brand that allows me to create my own clients and practice law in a way that gives me freedom. Now it's my turn to help other lawyer moms learn how to do the same and make it Rain(ka).