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Orlando Sealings and Expungements Attorney

Whitney S. Boan Protecting Your Right

Convictions of previous offenses carry with them significant weight, and can prevent you from living the life that you desire, whether through career choices or social stigma. This can be even more serious if the crime committed was severe. Regardless of when it happened in your life, you will live with it for the remainder of your life, even if you’ve been a completely upstanding person since you served your time. However, just because of your previous convictions, it doesn’t mean you’re stuck. A criminal defense attorney like Whitney S. Boan can seal and expunge your records from the system, allowing you to go about the rest of your life without the blemish. It’s not a drawn out process, and typically only requires a few small steps, so why wait? Get the life you want back.

Your case is serious to us, and as a result we are here for you when you need us.
All you need to do is call: (407) 413-9569

What Can You Expunge?

While many lawyers in Orlando provide this service, there are few with as much experience in the field as Whitney S. Boan. Due to her time performing sealing and expungements, there are few things that can’t be removed from your record. Assault and battery, robbery, or any small misdemeanor, none of these are too severe for her. After you contact the offices, we take a look at the specifics to your previous offense and start making the steps necessary to get your charges removed from your permanent record.

What to Consider When Getting Your Records Sealed and Expunged:

In spite of how simple the process is, if you’re unfamiliar it can be very difficult to understand and execute, which is why it pays to have an experienced attorney on your side that can do the legwork for you. For instance, at present, if you are a convicted criminal, there are many agencies that can view your indiscretion upon request. In order to prevent this, the process of sealing is needed, which then makes it impossible for most agencies to request your file (the exception being government entities and certain individuals). Ten years from the point of sealing, your records are available to be expunged. This process effectively destroys any notion that they existed, and they will never show on your criminal history again. It’s also important to know that there are exceptions to what crimes can go through this process, and they are homicides and sex crimes.

In order to start this process you are required to fill out various forms which have countless questions that you may not know the best answer to. You want to go through this process as professionally as possible to ensure that you will get the result that you want. That’s where Whitney S. Boan and her law firm come into play. Not only does she have a lengthy history in very similar cases, but her demeanor in this process makes you feel in great hands. Give Whitney S. Boan, P.A. a call today and start working on your case. It’s important to do this as soon as possible after you’ve served your time; you don’t want to delay your life any more than you already have.