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Northbrook Office

707 Skokie Boulevard
Suite 600
Northbrook, IL 60062
Phone: 847-509-9990

Chicago Office

20 N. Clark Street
Suite 2720
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Phone: 312-345-9999

Schaumburg Office

1515 E. Woodfield Road
Suite 640
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Phone: 847-995-9999

Wheaton Office

400 S. County Farm Road
Suite 320
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
Phone: 630-653-9400

Orland Park Office

15255 W. 94th Ave
Suite 201
Orland Park, IL 60462
Phone: 708-226-9904

Orland Park Orders of Protection Lawyers

Anderson & Associates, P.C. has 30 years of experience protecting clients with domestic violence problems. Our attorneys have practiced years of family lawto ensure that we can handle these types of cases. Physical harm, or the threat of physical harm, is never something to tolerate, so we take all precautions possible to defend our clients and their children. We can help clients fight for restraining orders or orders of protection when needed.

Orders of Protection in Orland Park, Illinois

If you or your family are the victims of physical violence, threats, or stalking by a spouse (or significant other or family member), you can get a protective court order. Restraining orders are called "orders of protection" in Illinois and place legal restrains on a proposed abuser. Different types of protection orders are also available in Illinois, such as:

  • Emergency Order – These protective orders can be obtained instantaneously on a temporary basis by the court. The suspect does not have to be present for an emergency order to be dispensed. Emergency orders typically expire in 14-21 days. In order for the protective order to be prolonged, the victim must attend a court hearing.
  • Interim Order – When a hearing cannot be scheduled before the expiration of an emergency order, an interim order is used to extend the order of protection. For an interim order to be issued, the accused abuser must have either appeared before a judge or been notified of the upcoming hearing.
  • Plenary Order – After a hearing in which both sides have the chance to present their evidence, a plenary order can be issued if the victim's case is verified. These orders can last for up to two years in Illinois.

Our firm also represents those who are falsely accused of domestic violence. Our attorneys investigate the alleged situation and defend our clients who have been falsely named in an order of protection.

To find out more information on how our firm can aid you in an order or protection or defend yourself against false allegations, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. From our Orland Park offices, or one of the four regional offices in Cook County, Will County, DuPage County, or Lake County, we can represent you.