Clear Your Record and Get The Job You Deserve!

In today’s economy, jobs can be hard to come by. This is especially the case if you have a criminal charge or conviction on your record.  Many states allow you to get an expungement (also called an expunction) and clear your record. Some states that do not allow a complete expungement allow you to seal your record, or alter felony convictions where they become misdemeanor convictions (Florida and California allow such options, respectively, depending on the nature of your conviction). If it turns out you are not eligible for an expungement we can assist you in petitioning the governor of the state of your conviction for a pardon.

Unlike the other “expungement services” you see on the Internet, we are actually a law firm. When you work with us, you are working with actual attorneys experienced in the expungement laws of the United States and every state.

The only way to know your options is to contact us, as each state’s expungement rules differ in a variety of ways.

If you have questions regarding your record and eligibility for expungement, please complete the form below.  If you are already interested in expunging your record (or obtaining a pardon), you can go ahead and get started now.

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