AMERICAN LAW OFFICES

AMERICAN  LAW OFFICES

PARVEEN K. GOYAL, ATTORNEY

ATTORNEY PARVEEN GOYAL
IMMIGRATION LAWYER FREE CONSULTATION IMMIGRATION LAWYER

LAWYER FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ATTORNEY IN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, HOFFMAN ESTATES, GLENDALE HEIGHTS, PALATINE, SCHAUMBURG AND CHICAGO



Under Illinois Law, any person who physically assaults, which includes but is not limited to, hitting, choking, kicking, shoving, threatening, harassing, destruction of personal property, or interferes with the personal liberty of another family or household member has broken Illinois Domestic Violence Law.


Domestic violence is a serious matter with could impact you in criminal, civil and family court and could affect the rest of your life.

When imposing sentences the court will consider many factors including prior convictions, any mitigating or aggravating circumstances, whether you are on probation or parole, etc. Defendant's guilty of a misdemeanor domestic violence can be sentenced to probation, mandatory treatment programs, jail time of up to one year in jail and financial penalties. In addition, Domestic Violence convictions are non-expungable meaning if convicted, it will always be on your record.


A charge of Domestic Violence can also have a significant effect on divorce and child custody proceedings. A judge deciding your case may consider allegations of domestic violence in making a final ruling.


ORDER OF PROTECTION

 

 

Unfortunately because of the abusive behavior of another party, you may need an order of protection. Domestic violence restraining order is a court order that prohibits an alleged abuser from contacting or coming near a protected person. If the accused violates that order, they can be sentenced to serve a jail sentence.

  

Whether a civil or criminal order of protection, our firm will represent you in obtaining an order of protection.

 

If you have suffered domestic violence and need an order of protection, you need the assistance of an experienced attorney who will work hard to achieve the best results for you.


DEFENDING AGAINST AN ORDER OF PROTECTION

There are times where an individual may be wrongfully accused of domestic violence and/or an order of protection has been entered against that individual. Our firm will analyze the situation and will represent and defend you against such charges which can have serious implications in your present and future. There are instances where an order of protection can be vacated depending on the facts of the case.

 

  

If you have been charged with domestic violence, domestic battery, aggravated domestic battery or abuse in Illinois or have an order of protection against you, you need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney who will work hard to achieve the best results for you.

 

 

For a Caring, Easily Accessible and Experienced Lawyer Whose Fees are Affordable, Contact the Law Offices of Parveen Goyal at 847-584-7617

Free Initial Consultation of 30 minutes or less For Divorce Cases. To set up a meeting with an experienced Chicagoland Lawyer, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 847-584-7617. We will meet with you between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend consultations are available upon request. Credit cards are welcome, and we do have payment plans available.


Attorney Goyal is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Indian American Bar Association, and Northwest Suburban Bar Association.


American Law Offices Parveen K. Goyal Attorney at Law

1625 West Colonial Parkway

Inverness, IL 60067


Call:

(847) 584-7617 or (847) 241-2078

WE ARE LOCATED AT 1625 WEST COLONIAL PARKWAY, INVERNESS, IL 60067. LOCATED Across FROM HARPER COLLEGE, NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ROSELLE AND ALGONQUIN, OUR OFFICE IS SURROUNDED BY THE SUBURBS OF SCHAUMBURG, PALATINE, ROLLING MEADOWS AND BARRINGTON. WE ARE EASILY ACCESSIBLE VIA ALL EXPRESSWAYS, I-90, I-290 AND I-355.


Please contact the law offices of Parveen K. Goyal at (847) 584-7617 OR (847) 241-2078 with questions about your legal issue, providing as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow us to begin an assessment of your case.