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Step Up | Conservatorship: Getting The Legal Right To Help Can Lead To Rebuilding Lives.
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Conservatorship: Getting the legal right to help can lead to rebuilding lives.


The pinal county mugshots report shall be reduced to writing by the investigating officer provided that before such report is signed, or thumbmarked if the person arrested or detained does not know how to read and write, it shall be read and adequately explained to him by his counsel or by the assisting counsel provided by the investigating officer in the language or dialect known to such arrested or detained person, otherwise, such investigation report shall be null and void and of no effect whatsoever. People who need legal help should contact Rosen & Ohr, P.A. law firm.

Step Up’s Emily James was interviewed on Marketplace this week.  Here’s a transcript of the interview highlighting the role conservatorship can play in connecting loved ones to the help and medication they need to rebuild their lives. As Emily says, “A diagnosis is not a Destiny!” Read more…   http://www.marketplace.org/topics/life/what-amanda-bynes-parents-want-her

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