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Illinois restraining order attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains orders of protection in Illinois.
Our Illinois order of protection attorneys explain the law behind Illinois orders of protection. Orders of protection are intended to protect the petitioner or other protected parties from abuse at the hands of family members or household members. Both the terms "abuse" and "family or household member" are very broadly interpreted. We discuss the difference between an order of protection and a restraining order and who is eligible for orders of protection.
Illinois order of protection lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains emergency orders of protection in Illinois
In this article, our Illinois restraining order attorneys explain the difference between an emergency order of protection, an interim order of protection and a plenary order of protection. An emergency order of protection may be issued without service or prior notice to the defendant. It is intended to bridge the gap between the filing of a petition for order of protection and the first court date after proper service. Interim orders of protection may be entered after the defendant is properly served and is intended to be effective until the plenary order of protection, the final order in the case, is entered.
Illinois restraining order attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Stalking No Contact Orders.
In this article, our Illinois restraining order lawyers explain Stalking No Contact Orders. If you are not eligible for an order of protection because the negative behavior is not at the hands of a household or family member, you may be eligible for a Stalking No Contact Order, which is intended to prevent repeated stalking behavior by people who are not family or household members.