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New Hampshire law is a jumble of competing and ambiguous provisions regarding which district is responsible for delivering special education, who must pay for services, and who’s in charge when parents are divorced or the student is placed by a juvenile court. To make matters worse, the law keeps changing in this arena, and cultures collide when juvenile courts join school districts as parties, as each system tries to understand the other. Drummond Woodsum’s Special Education Team updates this very critical area of law to reflect new developments, all in an effort to unravel this confusion in a clear and practical way. We hope this will help you make sense of these most difficult issues..