In Quad Cities, there are orders of protection and restraining orders to protect you and your loved ones. Our Quad City Order of Protection attorneys are here to advocate for you and be you legal shields. We utilize all tools at our disposal including emergency orders of protection, temporary orders of protection, plenary orders, restraining order, no contact orders and anything else necessary to protect you and your loved ones.
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Quad City Order of Protection Attorneys
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In this article discusses Quad Cities orders of protection and how they are processed by Quad Cities. Orders of Protection are meant to protect the petitioner or another party from abuse from a family or household member. Terms of abuse and that of family and household member can be broadly interpreted by Quad City laws. Here we discuss these terms and the differences between restraining orders and orders of protection in Quad City family law cases.
In this article, our Quad Cities order of protection attorneys discuss the different orders of protection in Quad Cities including:
Each of these orders of protection have different processes. Emergency orders of protection in Quad Cities can be granted without prior notice to the defendant. It is often the first step that protects the defendant until filing the order of protection and the first court appearance after service.