Consequences of violating an Order of Protection in Illinois

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Domestic Violence on Wednesday, February 11, 2015. Recently there has been a big effort throughout the nation to bring a stop to domestic violence, including physical abuse, spousal abuse and sexual abuse. The NFL and other...

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Obtaining help from Illinois Domestic Violence Victim Services

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Domestic Violence on Thursday, December 4, 2014. With the recent news surrounding NFL running back Ray Rice's domestic assault case, there is a lot of attention being paid to domestic violence in general. This is an issue that is...

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Benefits of an Illinois order of protection

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Domestic Violence on Thursday, October 30, 2014. Domestic violence in Illinois is a difficult issue to talk about and an even tougher one to eliminate. There are many victims of domestic violence and it can have very detrimental effects...

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5K planned to bring awareness to domestic violence

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Domestic Violence on Thursday, May 8, 2014. Unfortunately there are countless victims of domestic violence each year in Illinois. The victims come from many different communities and from very different backgrounds. Domestic violence...

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Press conference being held to start Child Abuse Prevention Month

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Domestic Violence on Thursday, April 3, 2014. Many people in Illinois have been around or a part of domestic abuse. It comes in many forms such as verbal abuse, emotional abuse and physical abuse. Often times there is a combination of...

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Students dance to bring awareness to domestic violence

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Divorce on Friday, August 14, 2020. Your marriage is over, and you want a divorce. You have no particular desire to drag the process out -- and neither does your spouse. Under Illinois law, you only have to live "separate and apart"...

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