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IL Divorce lawyerEvery single year thousands of Illinoisans make the difficult decision to pursue a divorce. While many divorces can be amicably resolved, others can lead to erratic and aggressive behavior from a spouse. Tragically, domestic violence is alarmingly common when spouses are considering a divorce or experiencing marital issues. If your spouse begins to behave in a manner that makes you fear for the safety of yourself or your children, it may be time to obtain an order of protection.

Orders of Protection In Illinois

An order of protection is a court order that will restrict an abusive family member from making contact with a spouse, children, or other family members. It is important to note that your spouse does not have to be physically abusive in order for the court to justify a protective order. If your spouse is harassing or intimidating you or your children, it is time to speak with your attorney regarding the establishment of a protective order.

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IL family lawyerToday divorce is incredibly common throughout the United States. While the vast majority of divorces can be finalized fairly seamlessly, some divorces can be highly contested. Unfortunately, some divorces even become violent. If you believe that your spouse may cause physical harm to you or your children, it is time to act. Domestic abuse has become a monumental issue nationwide, and in order to ensure that you and your family are properly protected, you need to pursue legal action. Below we will discuss how you can secure an order of protection, during your divorce.

Types of Orders of Protection

If you believe your family is in immediate danger, your attorney can assist you in securing an Emergency Order of Protection. While an Emergency Order of Protection will only last a maximum of 21 days, the order can be filed and enforced without a hearing. The respondent (abusive party) does not have to have prior knowledge of the order, the order will go into action as soon as it is approved by a judge. At the time of approval, the court will schedule a hearing date for a Plenary Order.

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