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Saint Charles order of protection attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Kane County orders of protection.
In this article, our Saint Charles restraining order attorneys explain how orders of protection work in Kane County, Illinois. Orders of protection are court orders intended to pretect the petitioner or other protected parties from abuse at the hands of a family member or household member. Violation of an order of protection is a criminal offense. Note that if you are not eligible for an order of protection, you may be eligible for a Stalking No Contact Order.
Saint Charles restraining order lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains emergency orders of protection.
In this article, our Saint Charles order of protection lawyers explain emergency orders of protection. Emergency orders of protection are intended to protect the petitioner and other protected parties until the respondent can be properly served and an initial hearing may be held. Service of process is not required in order to receive an emergency order of protection, however the respondent must receive some sort of notice of the existence of the order of protection in order to be penalized for violating it.
Saint Charles order of protection lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how parenting time and responsibility can be allocated in Illinois orders of protection.
In this article, our Saint Charles restraining order attorneys explain allocation of parenting time and responsibility in orders of protection. We discuss how Illinois courts decide custody issues and parental responsibility issues in order of protection hearings, as well as when courts will order restricted or supervised parenting time.