Protecting You From Domestic Violence and Unfair Accusations

Domestic violence between spouses, is an extremely serious issue. To help protect victims of abuse or harassment, our system of justice provides for orders of protection. Orders of protection can be obtained by one person against another if there is a domestic relationship between the parties. When an order of protection is obtained, lives are quickly changed.

Most orders of protection are sought because of clear abuse and harassment that must stop. Unfortunately, these orders can also be sought for the wrong purposes, perhaps to gain leverage in divorce proceedings.

Call 847-984-0211 now or send us an email for legal help. We offer free 30-minute initial consultations.

Whether you were unfairly served with an order of protection or you need to protect yourself, an experienced Libertyville domestic violence attorney can help. At Beermann Law Group, Ltd, we have more than 40 years of experience representing individuals throughout Lake County, Cook County and DuPage County, Illinois, who are struggling with domestic violence and other family law matters. We know this can be an emotional time, but we are here to guide you through the legal process and offer the counsel you need.

Understanding the Severity of Orders of Protection

When an emergency order of protection is filed, it affects the liberty of the person against whom it is filed, without any notice. An emergency order of protection stops all communication with the other person. In some situations, this means one parent could file an order of protection against the other parent, which would take away that parent's ability to live at home and to see their kids. Although the orders can be fought, it takes time and a great deal of emotional energy.

Contact an Experienced Illinois Orders of Protection Lawyer

If you are a victim of abuse or harassment by a spouse or if you were unfairly accused of domestic abuse by a spouse, we can help you receive the physical and legal protection you need. Contact our firm via email or call 847-984-0211 to schedule your free initial 30-minute consultation and learn more about the representation available.