If you have ever been arrested (or received a Notice to Appear) you have a criminal record. It does not matter that the case was dropped or abandoned.
This criminal record can cause you much pain. It can keep you from living where you want to live, getting the job where you want to work, and obtaining the opportunities in life you deserve.
A Florida expungement or sealing can remove your record and allow you to deny the arrest happened. (What is a Florida expungement and sealing)
For quick information emailed to you, fill out and submit the form below – or text your email to 407-434-1858. You’ll be emailed information as soon as possible.
Quick Florida Expungement Information Request
Florida Expungements – Information: Generally
Below are links (underlined headings below) to more specific information regarding Florida criminal record expungements and sealings.
Learn what is a Florida criminal record expungement or sealing.
Know what the difference is between an expungement and a sealing.
Other Types of Expungements and Issues
Maybe you do not need to expunge your Florida record, instead you just need to correct it. Or maybe you have a record in another state. Below are links to help you.
Protect your child from the Information Age. A one-time youthful mistake should not hinder your child’s future.
It may be that your criminal record has an error on it. These should be corrected.
These are difficult. The procedures are not well defined and law enforcement is generally obstructionist. But that does not mean impossible. Be ready for a long fight.
I am now combining the “Seal and Expunge” website with this one and listing qualified expungement attorneys in other states. Find an attorney where you were arrested.
Benefits of Florida Expungements and Sealings
There are benefits to sealing or expunging your criminal record – especially today, when anyone can look it up online.
You should expunge your criminal record and the many benefits you have when you do.
If you qualify you have to decide if you want to hire a record expungement lawyer or you want to try it on your own.
See how affordable we are to help seal or expunge your criminal record.
Qualifying To Expunge Your Florida Record
Find out if you qualify before you spend money or time.
This should be the first place you should look. Do you qualify to have your record either sealed or expunged?
Knowing what your criminal history reports will aid you in determining if you can expunge or seal your Florida criminal record.
It is important to know what your disposition says. The difference between being adjudicated guilty (convicted) and having the adjudication withheld is the difference between qualifying and not qualifying to have your record sealed.
Not all charges that have had the adjudication withheld are eligible to have the criminal record sealed. Find out which charges cannot be sealed.
Are you looking to Expunge a Domestic Violence Arrest. These charges are often dropped by prosecutors.
Start Your Florida Expungement/Sealing
Getting started is easy and inexpensive.
Click or touch the link above and fill out the form on the new page. I will send you an informative email and a worksheet to fill out to start the process. I always double-check to make sure you qualify before you hire me.
I provide you with a complete, pre-filled out packet that contains all the specific information concerning your case.
After Your Florida Criminal Record Is Expunged Or Sealed
To take full advantage of the law’s protections, you still have a few things to do after your record has been sealed or expunged.
Once you have completed the process of sealing or expunging your Florida criminal record there are some things you can do to maximize the benefits.
Once sealed or expunged, who gets to see your criminal record? There are exceptions and you need know them. Find out the exceptions to this great benefit.
More information about Florida Expungements and Sealings:
Florida Record Expungements and Sealings
- What is a Florida Expungement (Sealing)
- Qualifying for a Record Expungement (Sealing)
- Getting Started Expunging (Sealing) Your Arrest Record
- What to do after Your Record is Expunged (Sealed)