Vacating & Expunging Records

Is an old criminal conviction hindering your efforts at finding employment, housing, or other benefits–you may be surprised how easy and affordable it is to get your conviction vacated. If you would like to have a criminal conviction in Washington state vacated from your record, or if you are interested in sealing court records, getting your firearm rights restored, deleting the record of an old arrest, or seeking relief from sex offender registration, please access our easy to use online eligibility tool to find out if you qualify (*please note: we can only vacate records from Washington state).

While we recommend that you first use our online eligibility tool, we also offer free, live consultations over the phone. You will NOT be charged for any services until after we determine whether you are eligible for relief.*

We are all human.  Don’t let a mistake from your past hold you back from your full potential.  Contact us today to see if we can help.

 *If you appear to be eligible based on the information you provide, we will charge you a $10 fee for a Washington State Patrol criminal record check to confirm your eligibility.

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