Mental health is a serious matter that we believe needs to be handled with care and urgency. Our Peoria Mental Health Attorneys understand the difficulties that come with mental health matters and are here to help you and your family with special needs, guardianship, elder law, and mental health needs. are here to help protect your loved ones and give them the care they need. Understanding mental health law is critical, and the attorneys at O'Flaherty Law can help with maneuvering this topic.
Please contact our friendly
Peoria Mental Health Attorneys
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In this video, our Peoria mental health attorneys discuss the rights mental patients have in Peoria.
This article addresses the rights of mental health patients in Peoria. Our Wheaton mental health attorneys discuss what happens when a person receives mental health services, and how they cannot be denied any rights, or privileges or benefits that are guaranteed by law, the State, or the country's constitution because they are receiving mental health services.
In this video, our Peoria mental health attorneys discuss what circumstances can lead to emergency involuntary commitment in Peoria.
In this article, our Peoria mental health attorneys examine causes that lead to emergency commitment in Peoria.
If a person is admitted or is being treated for a mental health issue by a mental health facility it doesn’t automatically mean a person is legally incompetent. Legal competency is decided on at a separate court hearing and if a person is deemed legally incompetent, the court appoints a guardian to assist that person to manage assets and make life decisions.
In this video, our Peoria mental health attorneys discuss the process of appealing mental healthcare decisions in Peoria.
Our mental health attorneys examine the process of appealing mental healthcare decisions in Peoria courts. The process for appealing involuntary commitment to a mental health facility is explained as well as the process of appealing the denial of mental health services in Peoria.