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How do I get conservatorship for my mentally ill mother?
4 doctors weighed in

Dr. PERRY ZUCKERMAN
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree
In brief: It takes time
It's an involved legal process.
Take her to a mental health clinic and they will evaluate and proceed if appropriate. If she won't go to the clinic, you may have to call your county's "psychiatric emergency response team" to come to her home to evaluate.

In brief: It takes time
It's an involved legal process.
Take her to a mental health clinic and they will evaluate and proceed if appropriate. If she won't go to the clinic, you may have to call your county's "psychiatric emergency response team" to come to her home to evaluate.
Dr. PERRY ZUCKERMAN
Dr. PERRY ZUCKERMAN
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Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
In brief: See a lawyer
Hopefully, your mother is already under the care of a good physician, if you believe she is mentally ill.
In any event, you will need both medical and legal expertise to authorize a protective conservatorship, which is supposed to act in her best interests.

In brief: See a lawyer
Hopefully, your mother is already under the care of a good physician, if you believe she is mentally ill.
In any event, you will need both medical and legal expertise to authorize a protective conservatorship, which is supposed to act in her best interests.
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Thank
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