Delynn Arneson Axelberg
OF COUNSEL ATTORNEY
Practice Area: Special Education, School Discipline, Conservatorships
Delynn Arneson graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Communications and Broadcast Journalism from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. After developing an interest in law, Delynn attended Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, California and joined the California Bar in 1995.
Career and Service
During her 25-year legal career, Delynn has worked for the government, representing the rights of children and families in dependent neglect cases involving abused and neglected children, served as prosecutor for juvenile criminal cases with a focus on restorative justice, and protected the elderly from abuse and neglect through the Guardianships and Conservatorship process.
She has also worked in private practice representing families and children in private practice on a wide variety of legal matters, including; education law encompassing special education rights and discipline matters; adoptions, IVF, guardianships and conservatorships, parenting plans, family mediation, estate planning and protection.
Delynn joined Moore Law for Children as “Of Counsel” in 2019, where she is able to combine her personal experience, knowledge and skill in the law, and passion for family and children. She is dedicated to assisting families and children in the legal process. Whether she is assisting a child, parents, or a family with legal issues related to conservatorship, school discipline matters, education rights related to 504 or Independent Education Plans, Delynn understands the challenges client’s face and can skillfully provide the legal services necessary for the circumstances.
Dedication and Experience
Delynn’s personal experience makes her particularly suited for the work she provides clients. Blessed with two sons who are her inspiration, she has a personal understanding of the challenges and hopes families have when looking to ART or Adoption. She is also keenly familiar with the needs of children educated with the protections of a 504 plan or IEP.