Our Moline order of protection attorneys will be your advocate and are here to help protect you and your loved ones. Our Moline order of protection lawyers can help you with orders of protection, restraining and Stalking No Contact orders. We put you first and our goal is to give you the safety and protection you need by using every resource available to shield you.
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In this article, our Moline domestic abuse attorneys explain how abuse is defined by law and the purpose of an order of protection. The purpose of an Order of Protection is to protect the petitioner or another party from abuse from a family or household member. What is abuse and that of family and household member can be broadly interpreted by Moline laws.
These orders protect the petitioner or another party from abuse from a family or household members and the terms of abuse and that of family and household member can be broadly interpreted by Moline laws.
Our Moline domestic abuse attorneys in this article discuss orders of protection Moline. We explain what an Order of Protection is, how it's administered to the courts and what protections it offers. We explain the types of orders that can be entered including emergency and plenary orders and the differences between them and how they're obtained through Moline and Rock Island County courts.