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Will County order of protection attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains emergency orders of protection.
In this article, our Will County order of protection attorneys discuss emergency orders of protection. We explain the difference between emergency orders of protection, interim orders of protection, and plenary orders of protection. We also explain what is required in order to have an emergency order of protection granted.
Will County order of protection attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the definition of abuse for the purpose of orders of protection.
In this article, our Will County order of protection lawyers explain what constitutes "abuse" for the purposes of Illinois orders of protection. Generally, in order to receive an order of protection, the petitioner must be able to show that abuse has occurred or is at risk of occurring. However, the definition of abuse is much broader than physical abuse.
Will County restraining order attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the allocation of parenting time and responsibility as a remedy in orders of protection.
In this article, our Will County restraining order lawyers discuss allocation of parenting time and responsibility in the context of orders of protection. We explain when Illinois courts can allocate parenting time and responsibility in order of protection hearings and how courts determine such allocation.