“In case of emergency, break glass.”

By Sophie Zollmann 1 month agoNo Comments

You may have heard the saying, “In case of emergency, break glass.” That’s typically the case when a family reaches out to attorney Mark Astor and they have a loved one who’s struggling with drug or alcohol addiction and they’ve run out of ideas and ways to help them. They’ve reached the point where they believe there’s no help in sight, they’re in emotional crisis, and that’s when they call Mark.  

We have access to lots of resources and we also offer a free consultation. So if you sit down with me, I’ll give you some options and counsel you as to what I think is the best course of action that you can take to help the person get into recovery and get their life back on track.

Whether it’s filing a Marchman Act petition, which will involuntarily compel the individual to get treatment, a guardianship, so you can make decisions for them while they’re incapacitated or in treatment, defending against criminal charges, access to the appropriate treatment center, or an interventionist, at Drug And Alcohol Attorneys we focus on helping those suffering from substance abuse and mental health disorders get back in the game of life.

Combined, we’ve been working in the justice system for over fifty years, we understand the struggle you’re facing, we’ll work with your family to clean up the wreckage of the past so you and your loved one can build a better future. 

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  alcohol, drugs, DUI, marchman, mental health
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