You may be seeking legal advice, considering whether you have a claim, or simply inquiring about an area of the law. Do not wait. Time is of the essence.
Contact us today.
No two lawsuits are the same, and each client deserves special attention. We will do our best to provide you with the best service possible.
Scanlon Law Offices, LLC provides a wide variety of legal services.
-Professional Responsibility, including ARDC and Character & Fitness
-Family Law / Divorce
We prosecute and defend lawsuits. We can assess your potential claims or defenses. We will advise you and guide you in making legal decisions. Areas of practice include: personal injury, foreclosure, real estate, professional malpractice, automobile liability and premises and products liability.
Mental health professionals deal with the law every day - whether they want to or not. There are more concrete issues like confidentiality, dual relationships, and mandated reporting. There are gray areas like acts and omissions that could result in liability, involuntary commitment, evaluation, assessment, and supervision. Lastly, there are those experiences that mental health professionals dread: getting a telephone call from a lawyer about one of their patients / clients, being served with a subpoena, summons, or notice of deposition.
Our job at Scanlon Law Offices, LLC, is to put your mind at ease and guide you through what might otherwise be an unpleasant experience.
Scanlon Law Offices, LLC, offers three tiers of Concierge Services for Mental Health Professionals. These will be provided to you upon request.
What's Your Legal Concern:
Do I have a claim?
Should I file a lawsuit?
Are there other ways to resolve my dispute with someone?
I think I might be sued - what do I do?
Mental Health Professionals:
What's a "Notice of Deposition" and what do I do with it?
What's a "Subpoena" and what do I do with it?
My client's lawyer keeps calling me with questions - what should I do?
When do I have to provide Informed Consent?
When can I involuntarily commit a patient / client?