Illinois Order of Protection Attorneys
Whether you are a victim of domestic abuse or have been wrongly accused of committing domestic abuse, the order of protection attorneys at Edward Johnson & Associates P.C. can help you.
Illinois Order of Protection: Victim and Accused Overview
Domestic abuse, physical violence and the threat of physical violence are never acceptable and the attorneys at Edward Johnson and Associates P.C. take these cases very seriously. We’re determined to take every possible precaution to protect our clients and our clients children in the event of any domestic abuse, including hitting your spouse or significant other, making verbal threats and even stalking incidents. Depending on the circumstances, obtaining a restraining order or order of protection may be necessary.
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for one party to request an order for strategic reasons. This is because the order often includes a requirement for the restrained party to stay out of the home, have no parenting time, refrain from all phone and e-mail contact, etc. In effect, the order becomes a de facto sole custody order. It is usually up to the restrained party to file a motion to terminate the order and then a hearing is held.
How Can We Help Your Order of Protection Case?
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Contact an Protection Attorney for a Free Consultation and Case Review
If you are in need of an order of protection or have one granted against you, it can cause stressful and devastating trauma to your life. Don’t try to represent yourself in this very serious matter. Contact Edward Johnson & Associates P.C. immediately for free review on your order of protection case. Our Chicago protection order attorneys are available 24/7. Call us today at 708-606-4386 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation and case review.
Order of Protection FAQ:
Where do we file a order of protection for our clients?
- 555 West Harrison is the biggest domestic violence Court in Cook county and is the most likely courthouse we will file
How long will it take?
- It depends on the case but we will do our best to get your protection order filed when the court will see us (usually 24 – 48 hours)
Are you open on weekend or during national emergencies?
- YES! We are available 24/7 and can help you on the weekends. Our clients are not jsut clients, they are family and we want to help in any way we can.
How can I contact an attorney?
- Call us at 708-606-4386 and if we are not able to get too your call, please leave a voicemail and we’ll respond as soon as posisble. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org