CHICAGO, March 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Matrimonial and Custody Attorney Arthur Kallow will seek an extension of the critical Emergency Order of Protection for his client Daniel Taylor and his unborn daughter from the mother's alleged attempt to hire an intended hitman. Attorney Kallow and his client will be in court this Thursday, March 15 before Judge Martha Mills at 8:30am at the Richard J. Daley Center in Chicago in Courtroom CL12 seeking this protective relief.
In addition, according to court documents the mother allegedly proposed that the same intended hitman later pose as the unborn child's biological father so that the mother could give the child up for adoption and spend the fee received from the adoption agency to purchase illegal drugs.
Fortunately for the father and his unborn daughter, the alleged hitman went to the police. Attorney Kallow then had the intended hitman served with a subpoena and secured the alleged hitman's cooperation to successfully obtain the initial Emergency Order of Protection.
"This case cried out for help and we will continue to seek that help for our client and an unborn child who doesn't yet have a voice," said Attorney Kallow of the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. (http://dadsrights.com).
To find out more information contact Jennifer Whiteside at 312-296-3666.
SOURCE Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd.