Family Law & Divorce
When an individual faces domestic violence from their partner or another member of the household, they have the right to petition for an order of protection. An order of protection, sometimes also known as a restraining order, is a court order that prohibits an individual from engaging in specific behaviors, including physical abuse, stalking, or contacting another individual, for a specified length of time. These orders can be enforced in several ways, including by the penalties outlined in the Illinois Criminal Code, including fines and jail time.
If you are a victim of domestic abuse, remember that you are not alone. We can help you and your loved ones seek the protection that you need, both in the short-term and in the long-term. We’ll work hard on your behalf and give you the representation you need to succeed.
If you have been accused of domestic abuse, you no doubt have concerns about how this will effect your relationship with your partner, children, and other family members. It is important to obtain experienced legal counsel to help to deal with the complicated legal and practical issues involved with these cases.
Bradshaw Law has extensive experience with these cases.