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Can You Seal Or Expunge Your Florida Record During The COVID-19 Pandemic?

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The short answer, yes.

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic (coronavirus), the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is still processing applications to seal or expunge your Florida arrest record.

Since the majority of the time it takes to successfully clean your Florida arrest record occurs before a petition is ever filed in Court, you can begin the process of sealing or expunging your record today.  Waiting until the Pandemic passes is unnecessary and will only delay the process for you.

My office has streamlined the process, making it easy for clients to obtain all the documents needed online.  No office visit is required.  This process can be done 100% remotely.  Wherever you are in the world.

I help clients seal or expunge arrest records in all 67 Florida Counties.  Whether your arrest occurred in Miami or Palm Beach, Jacksonville or Tampa; my office can assist you, as we have for thousands of our clients for more than ten years.

All you need to do is contact me.  You may submit a contact form from this website or you may call me directly at (305) 542-9491.  If you are ready to begin the process, the necessary documents can be sent to you immediately in a simple packet.  My office will take care of the rest.  As for fee, my fees are among the most competitive in the State of Florida, oftentimes considerably lower than those of other attorneys.  

I am proud to have filed thousands of petitions to seal and petitions to expunge in nearly every Florida County.  If you have a pesky arrest that is hurting your ability to get a job, find an apartment, or is just an unnecessary blemish on your record, call me today so that we can help you move on with your life.

Everybody is better than their worst day!  Nobody deserves to have one incident come back to haunt them for years to come.

Attorney Eric Matheny is available by phone at 305-542-9491.  Phone and video conference consultations are available.