Illinois Order of Protection — Advice from a Chicago Family Law Attorney

Qualifying for an Illinois Order of Protection

  • a spouse
  • a former spouse,
  • a parent,
  • a child or step-child
  • person related by blood
  • person relate by a present or prior marriage,
  • person who shares or formerly shared a home,
  • persons who have a child in common,
  • person who shares a blood relationship through a child,
  • person who has or had a dating relationship.

Abuse can be Harassment, Interference with Personal Liberty, or Physical Abuse HARASSMENT:

  • disturbance at that personal work or school
  • repeated telephone calls
  • repeatedly following the person in public
  • repeated keeping the person under surveillance
  • threatening physical force
  • confinement or restraint of the person

INTERFERENCE WITH PERSONAL LIBERTY:

PHYSICAL ABUSE:

Illinois Courts Can Protect You from Abuse with an Order of Protection

Call Anderson & Boback When You Need an Illinois Order of Protection

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