Being detained under the Mental Health Act is a serious deprivation of liberty. Very often no offences have been committed, yet you are deprived of your freedom. In some cases, it is important to review the decision-making process and if necessary, challenge the decision itself.

Our specialist team is able to provide you with the very best advice on your rights and options, should you be detained or fear you may be detained.

We understand the anxiety of being detained under the Mental Health Act and the impact it can have on your personal life, professional life and your future. We have extensive experience dealing with people being detained under the Act and will deal with sensitivity throughout the process. Our highly skilled team are on hand seven days a week.

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For further information or advice please call 01753 889995 or email enquiries@bpcollins.co.uk.

Mental health Specialists

Jonothan Moss
Principal Lawyer
James Constable
Senior Associate

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