Harassment, physical violence, intimidation, and emotional abuse are significant issues affecting divorcing spouses and adults in relationships. Our lawyers are experienced in domestic violence and orders of protection. Our law firm helps people with the painful process of emergency and plenary orders of protection.
EMERGENCY ORDERS OF PROTECTION ATTORNEYS
Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm concentrate in the areas of divorce, family law, and orders of protection law. If you need effective legal representation for an emergency order of protection, call us today. An emergency order of protection order is for up to twenty-one (21) days.
Emergency court orders are ex-parte. Ex-parte means that the alleged abuser did not have the opportunity to present their facts. A plenary order of protection is a hearing, which allows Defendants and Plaintiffs to present their facts and evidence. A plenary order of protection has serious consequences especially when children are involved. An emergency order of protection’s goal is to protect a person until there is a hearing date or otherwise known as a plenary hearing.
A Plenary hearing is where both sides present evidence and a plenary order of protection is for up to two (2) years. Plenary orders are final orders. A Plenary hearing enables Plaintiffs and Defendants to present their evidence and have a Judge determine the outcome.
Experienced Divorce and Domestic Violence and Orders of Protection Attorneys
Our law firm has the expertise needed to adequately represent you with regards to the order of protection hearings. Our attorneys are skilled at litigation and trials. We also are experienced at family and divorce proceedings, which are often combined when an order of protection is at issue.
CALL US TODAY AT 630-780-1034
Call us today at 630-780-1034 to represent you in your order of protection case or family and divorce law matter. Sean Robertson is the Principal of Gateville Law Firm and we provide quality and experienced legal representation in family, divorce, and orders of protection proceedings.