Commitment Law

We will represent anyone who has court ordered treatment

When a patient is diagnosed with mental illness and is deemed to be a danger to themselves, others, or property; a Court can order the patient to be committed to a psychiatric facility.

Brian R. Seguin personally has an undergraduate degree in Psychology, and worked in several Group Home and Apartment settings as a Counselor for mentally ill individuals across Middlesex County while obtaining his law degree. As a result, he knows all of the ins and outs of this little known area of the law.

The committed patient has a right to a hearing​

in front of a Judge with their lawyer, within 20 days of Commitment. We have years of experience representing such patients inside a hospital setting, and once they have been released to an outpatient community setting when Court hearings are still required. 

We have worked in hospitals for Numerous Counties in New Jersey

We also have years of experience representing clients who have been found “Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Insanity” which then get subsequently placed on “Krol” status and require Court hearings for as long as that status persists. 

Let us represent you or your loved one

Brian R. Seguin personally has an undergraduate degree in Psychology, and worked in several Group Home and Apartment settings as a Counselor for mentally ill individuals across Middlesex County while obtaining his law degree. As a result, he knows all of the ins and outs of this little known area of the law.

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(732) 828-1500
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Brian R. Seguin personally has an undergraduate degree in Psychology, and worked in several Group Home and Apartment settings as a Counselor for mentally ill individuals across Middlesex County while obtaining his law degree.

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