Our Wheaton domestic abuseattorneys are determined to advocate for you and your loved ones in your domestic abuse case. We can help you with all aspects of your domestic violence case, including orders of protection, restraining orders, and Stalking No Contact orders. We always put your needs and goals first to ensure that you get the safety and protection you need.
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Abuse is a sensitive and serious topic, and in this article, our Wheaton domestic abuse attorneys explain how abuse is defined by law and the purpose of an order of protection.
An Order of Protection is created to protect the petitioner or another party from abuse from a family or household member. The terms of "abuse" and that of a "family or household member" are widely interpreted under Illinois laws, and this article will help you understand these definitions.
Our Wheaton domestic abuse attorneys discuss different types of orders of protection in this companion article.
We explain what an Order of Protection is, how it's administered to the courts, and what protections it offers. We also 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 Wheaton and DuPage County courts.