When difficult (and often painful) decisions need to be made, thankfully you can turn to an experienced mental health solicitors to clarify how a person’s mental health problems can be approached with sympathy, dignity and practicality.
It’s possible that you’ve recently been diagnosed with a mental health condition, or maybe a close family member is facing up to a condition that is adversely affecting (or may in future adversely affect) their quality of life or their ability to make good decisions.
If so, then we think that this is absolutely a suitable and appropriate time to take legal advice, because all QualitySolicitors firms know how the law can effectively be used to protect and enhance the lives of people who perhaps would otherwise have suffered without legal help. Our dedicated solicitors can assist you in claiming mental health benefits, working towards helping you get the help you need.
We know that many people research how the law can help deal with mental health issues, which is why you’ll find much specific information to help you if your considerations include the following; Advance decisions for medical treatment, care after lost capacity, compulsory treatment, court of protection, deprivation of liberty, detention and sectioning, lasting power of attorney, mental health aftercare, and mental health review tribunals.
We hope that you find the information on these pages helpful, particularly regarding how the law can be used to support you if you’re dealing with mental health issues, either directly or indirectly.
When you’re ready to talk to someone, we have a whole network of mental health solicitors to sit down and talk you through your options. In fact, QualitySolicitors law firms offer Free Initial Assessment in the first place, which is perfect if you’re just making some law-related enquiry about mental health.
And if you want a further consultation then our law firms can all offer their Ask the Legal Expert service; which is an introductory face-to-face consultation for the fixed price of only £99.