People with criminal records often have one or more of the following problems:
- They can’t find a job.
- They lose a job that they already have.
- They can’t get into their chosen profession.
- They can’t get into their school of choice.
- They can’t rent an apartment.
- They’re embarrassed when people they know find out they have a criminal record.
If you are experiencing some of these problems, you may want to consider getting your record sealed or expunged.
Some of the advantages of getting your record sealed or expunged include:
- Your record is now confidential, so you are no longer legally obligated to disclose the fact that you have a criminal record to potential employers or landlords.*
- Some of the problems described above—such as not being able to find a job or an apartment—are no longer problems for you.
Why you should call me now:
- Your initial meeting with me is FREE
- I have more than 15 years of experience in getting criminal records—just like yours—sealed and expunged.
- If you hire me to seal or expunge your record, you will be working directly with me—not with an associate lawyer who works for me.
- It takes 6 to 9 months to get a criminal record sealed or expunged, so the sooner you start, the sooner you may be able to put your record behind you.
- The amount of money that it will cost you to seal your record is very affordable.
* There are, in certain situations, exceptions to this rule.
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