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Orland Park Domestic Violence Defense Attorney

An order of protection can be a valuable tool for victims of domestic violence. However, sometimes these orders are used not for the protection that the law intends, but for leverage in a divorce or other family law disputes.

These orders can have far-reaching consequences. They can prevent you from seeing your loved ones, including your children, or affect where you can live, work or visit. They can also put you at a disadvantage during a divorce or separation by removing you from the family home and casting doubts on your character or your ability to raise a child.

In addition, violating an order of protection is a crime and can result in jail time. If you have been served with an order of protection that you feel is unfair, the best way to protect your rights and your freedom is to work with an attorney experienced in domestic violence matters.

Integrated Services From An Experienced Attorney

Attorney Gary F. Felicetti has more than 30 years of legal experience, including an extensive background in both criminal defense and family law. As a former Assistant State's Attorney, Gary knows how to represent the interests of clients in the criminal justice system. As a family lawyer, he helps clients navigate other issues related to domestic violence, including divorce and child custody.

Contact A Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer In Orland Park

Accusations of domestic violence can be extremely stressful and difficult to face. At Gary F. Felicetti, Attorney at Law, we understand the pressure that you are under, and we relish the opportunity to help you improve your situation and protect your interests.

To learn more about our practice, please contact our Orland Park, Illinois, office at 708-460-1777 to arrange an initial consultation at no cost.

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Gary F. Felicetti, Attorney at Law
14475 John Humphrey Drive, Suite B
Orland Park, IL 60462
Phone: 708-460-1777
Phone: 708-754-2040
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