Florida Expungement Attorney Launches New Online Record Expungement Service
Expungement and record sealing are important now more than ever. Within the past ten years, two major changes dramatically increased the need to have a clean past. First, the internet has made performing routine background checks easy, quick and affordable. Business owners and landlords alike routinely use the internet to unearth unfavorable public information about potential employees or tenants. Second, in the current economic recession there are many more job applicants than job opportunities. Having a criminal record is one of the quickest ways to get a resume or job application from a desk to the trash can.
When a criminal record is expunged, it is no longer viewable by or accessible to the public. Plus, a person who has expunged a criminal record can lawfully deny the existence of the record under most circumstances. Think of it as a second chance. While the benefits to having a clean record are many, some of the most common are: access to better job opportunities, increased earning capacity, better educational opportunities, increased loan and housing options, avoiding immigration consequences, and peace of mind.
The Florida expungement process is governed by statute and can be difficult to navigate. It is necessary to have competent legal guidance throughout the entire record expungement process to avoid potential pitfalls. Florida allows only one record to be expunged or sealed, making it particularly important to get it right the first time.
In addition, it can take anywhere from four to seven months to expunge a criminal record in Florida. Many people make the mistake of waiting too long to avoid the negative consequences of having a criminal record and end up learning the value of a clean past the hard way. Karen Kilpatrick is an experienced Florida expungement attorney, providing a new online service at http://www.ExpungeRecordFlorida.com to help people with Florida criminal records get the second chance they deserve. She is located in Broward County, Florida but serves clients with criminal records from all Florida counties. Do not let the past ruin the future. By taking action, it is possible to leave mistakes where they belong - in the past.
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