FL Expugement & Record Sealing

Have you been arrested in Florida, but were never adjudicated guilty of a crime? Are you tired of a mistake haunting you on job applications and background checks? If you answered yes to these questions, there is hope. Florida law provides that certain criminal arrest records stemming from a single arrest or incident may be either sealed or expunged, which means you can deny the record exists in all but a few instances, and it will not show up on most background checks.

Although there are many seemingly complicated rules that determine whether an individual will qualify to apply to have an arrest record sealed or expunged, the Law Office will handle every aspect of your petition to seal or expunge a Florida criminal history record. We have helped hundreds of individuals across Florida successfully seal or expunge their Florida arrest record. After carefully reading the information on our site, please contact us to determine if you are eligible to apply to have your record sealed or expunged! There is no charge for a free consultation regarding your Florida arrest record.

General Information about Sealing and Expungement in Florida:

Expungement of a Florida Criminal History Record:

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Sealing of a Florida Criminal History Record:

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Expungement of Juvenile Records in Florida:

PLEASE NOTE: There are many websites out there that claim to offer sealing and expungement services at a low price. However, only an attorney licensed in Florida can give you advice as to what your rights are under Florida law. More importantly, non-attorney form services can't go to court for you or file a petition with the court on your behalf. Finally, most websites do not fully disclose all the costs involved in the sealing/expungement process. The total costs listed on our website include every possible fee/cost required to seal or expunge your record. Please thoroughly research any firm/company claiming to offer the ability to seal or expunge your Florida criminal history record. I strongly urge you to only hire a licensed Florida attorney to handle your case. Before retaining a lawyer, verify they are a member in good standing with the Florida Bar and do not have any disciplinary history here.

Disclaimer: The hiring of an attorney is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.