Legal Advice for “Mental Health” — 16 results
Written by attorney Robert McCarthy, about 4 years ago.
At least six factors must be considered by courts in Massachusetts in arriving at a substituted judgment decision.
(1) Expressed preferences of the person involved;
(2) Strength of... more
Written by attorney Alyssa Knisely, about 2 years ago.
By Shaffer Engle Law Offices, LLC posted in Custody on Monday, February 11, 2013
In extreme cases, such as with suicidal or homicidal ideations, mental health may obviously play an... more
Written by attorney Joni L. Landy, almost 6 years ago.
Prohibitions on Financial and Treatment Limitations Existing law permits plans to limit the number of treatments or impose different cost sharing requirements for mental health benefits.... more
Written by attorney Carolyn Elsey, about 6 years ago.
Patient Rights At all times in the legal process, patients have the right to agree to entry of a court order detaining them in a facility. Involuntary commitment should not be confused... more
Written by attorney William Parsons, almost 3 years ago.
Sometimes it is not a physical illness that prevents you from working. Mental health issues can become so severe that they completely interfere with your ability to function. Depression,... more
Written by attorney Bruce Colodny, over 4 years ago.
What you should do before you call an attorney Gather every piece of paper concerning the case or event which resulted in the loss of your gun rights. Copies of court documents, and... more