Hinsdale Domestic Violence Lawyers
Experienced Domestic Violence Attorneys Serving Darien, Oak Brook, and La Grange
Sadly, domestic violence is a common companion to many family law matters. At the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio, we are experienced in dealing with domestic violence matters. In our over 75 year combined legal experience, we have seen all types of domestic violence matters from the most heinous cases of abuse to false allegations. We represent both victims of domestic violence as well as those who have been accused of domestic violence. In every case, we take the time to listen to you so that we can effectively represent your wishes and interests in court.
Protecting Clients from Dangerous Situations
Our firm takes allegations of domestic violence very seriously. For victims of violence, our first concern is for your safety. If you feel like you or your children are in immediate danger, we seek to obtain an Order of Protection without delay. Temporary Orders of Protection can usually be obtained immediately in Illinois. To make that order permanent, however, you must attend a hearing. Our attorneys are experienced in guiding clients through this process. We do everything in our legal power to protect our clients’ safety and the safety of their children.
Defending Against Allegations of Domestic Violence
While there are many valid claims of domestic violence, domestic violence allegations are sometimes proven false as well. Unfortunately, this is a tactic that is not uncommon in contentious family law matters in which falsely accusing the other party can manipulate the court. If you have been accused of domestic violence, our attorneys can help defend you in family court.
If your family law matter involves allegations of domestic violence, contact us at 630-920-8855 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your situation. We will evaluate your case and take any steps needed to secure your safety and the safety of your children. Located in Hinsdale, IL, we work with clients throughout DuPage, Cook, Kane, Kendall, and Will Counties.