Legal Guidance Regarding Involuntary Commitment

When a loved one has a serious drug or alcohol problem to such an extent that he or she is a danger to themselves or others, and he or she refuses treatment, Colorado law provides for involuntary commitment. Involuntary commitment necessarily restricts the person's freedom, so the need must be established through clear and convincing evidence.

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Getting The Treatment A Loved One Needs

A doctor's recommendation is essential for involuntary commitment. Our experienced attorneys can assist you in getting your loved one the treatment he or she needs. Given the intrusive nature of such a proceeding and the impact on relationships, it is important that involuntary commitment be handled correctly. Call us and we will provide you an initial consultation at reduced Rates to discuss whether you have sufficient grounds for an involuntary commitment.

Contact A Lawyer Regarding Involuntary Treatment In Colorado

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