Our Cook County order of protection attorneys have the experience to keep you and your loved ones safe. If you are not eligble for an order of protection, our Cook County restraining order lawyers will take the time to learn about your situation and explain your other options, such as Stalking No Contact Orders. We are proud of the care that we give our clients and our affordable rates.
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Cook County Order of Protection Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to file an Order of Protection in Cook County, Illinois.
In this article, we discuss how to file an Order of Protection in Cook County, IL. Orders of Protection are intended to protect the petitioner or other protected parties from abuse at the hands of a family member or household member. The term "abuse" is very broad, and is not limited to physical abuse. The term "family or household member" is also very broad and can include past dating relationships.
Cook County restraining order attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Stalking No Contact Orders.
In this article, our Cook County restraining order lawyers explain Stalking No Contact Orders. If you are not eligible for an Order of Protection because the unwanted behavior is not at the hands of a family member or household member, you may be eligible for a Stalking No Contact Order. Stalking No Contact Orders are inteded to prevent stalking behavior from unrelated individuals. We explain what qualifies as "stalking" and how to file a petition for a Stalking No Contact Order
Cook County Order of Protection lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains what constitutes "abuse" for the purpose of Cook County orders of protection.
In this article, our Cook County restraining order attorneys explain the definition of "abuse" for Cook County Orders of Protection. In order to receive an Order of Protection, the petitioner must generally demonstrate that "abuse" has occurred. The term "abuse" includes physical abuse, harassment, interference with personal liberty, intimindation of a dependent, and "willful deprivation."