Many attorneys offer both free consultations and paid consultations, depending on what you are trying to accomplish. The key to understanding the difference, is that generally attorneys will not give legal advice without being first hired by the client.
There are two types of defamation in Illinois, defamation per se and defamation per quod. Defamation per se consists of certain types of statements that the law considers to be automatically damaging and for which damages need not be proven. A statement that does not qualify as defamation per se is classified as defamation per quod. In defamation per quod cases, the plaintiff must prove actual monetary damages.
In this article, we will explain the different types of Illinois Orders of Protection, including the difference between Illinois Emergency Orders of Protection, Interim Orders of Protection, and Plenary Orders of Protection.
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