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Joliet, IL Domestic Violence Attorneys

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Compassionate Domestic Violence Lawyers in Will County

At the Davi Law Group, we believe that everyone deserves to be heard. No voice is too small. We represent people of all ages from various backgrounds who are victims of domestic violence. We understand the necessity for confidentiality and handle matters efficiently and discreetly to get you the help you need as soon as possible. Our attorneys are sensitive to the complex issues you may be facing and will provide personal service to help you access the resources that are right for your situation.

Aggressive Representation for Domestic Violence Victims in Will County, Illinois

At the Davi Law Group, we serve clients in Joliet who are going through domestic violence issues. According to the Domestic Violence Act of 1986, domestic violence is abuse committed by a family or household member, such as a spouse, parent, or someone who has been involved in a dating relationship. The abuse is not always physical. Actions such as harassment, intimidation, willful deprivation, and exercising control over a person’s will are considered equally abusive.

We take the time to examine the evidence so that we can help our clients make sound decisions about domestic violence issues. We have experience helping those who are experiencing abuse, as well as those who are falsely accused of abuse. Our attorneys will listen to the circumstances of your matter and give you an honest assessment of how to proceed with your situation.

We help obtain orders of protection for clients who are:

  • Abused by family or member of their household
  • High-risk, disabled adults who experience abuse, neglect or exploitation by a family or household member
  • Minor children or dependent adults in an abusive family or household environment
  • Residents or employees of a facility where an abused family or household member lives

An order of protection may be filed by the person who is being abused or on behalf of an abused person. Such orders can be filed independently, in conjunction with a delinquency petition or a criminal prosecution, or along with a civil matter, such as divorce, or the establishment of parentage, child support, or guardianship.

Helping Clients in Will County Obtain Protective Orders

The domestic violence attorneys at the Davi Law Group can help you file an order of protection today. There are three types of orders:

  • Emergency Orders – can be executed the same day and remain in effect for 21 days.
  • Interim Orders – cover the time between an emergency order and a hearing for a plenary order; lasts up to 30 days.
  • Plenary Orders – issued after a domestic violence hearing; lasts up to two years with no limit on renewals.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment to discuss your domestic violence issue. We can handle all matters with discretion and with regards to your safety. The initial meeting and assessment of your family law matter is valued at approximately $325.00, but we will not charge you. If you decide to retain our attorneys, financing options are available. Victims of domestic violence can become victors when they have the right team on their side. Make the call today to our Joliet, Illinois, office today.

Some Illinois family laws have changed as of July 1, 2017. Find out how child support calculations were affected.

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Warrenville Office
Address28371 Davis Parkway, Suite 103, Warrenville, IL 60555
Phone(630) 657-5052
Fax(888) 350-9195
Wheaton Office
Address1776 S. Naperville Road, Building A, Suite 105, Wheaton, IL 60189
Fax(888) 350-9195
Chicago Office
Address321 N. Clark Street, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60654
Phone(312) 985-5676
Fax(888) 350-9195
Joliet Office
Address58 N. Chicago Street, Suite 102,
Joliet, IL 60432
Fax(888) 350-9195
From our Will County office, we serve the following communities of Joliet, Bolingbrook, Aurora, Braidwood, Crest Hill, Lockport, Naperville, Wilmington, Crete, Frankfort, Homer Glen, Lemont, Minooka, Mokena, New Lenox, Orland Park, Peotone, Plainfield, Romeoville, Shorewood, Woodridge and the counties of DuPage, Cook, Kane and Kendall.