The local hiring manager at a financial firm popped the question you were
dreading would come up:
Do you have a criminal record? With one fell swoop of that 6 word query, your job prospect was dashed,
and the search continues.
While attempting to apply for a new apartment in an area you like, the
leasing agent left you a voicemail, explaining that your application was
unfortunately denied. You knew they would run a background check, but
something in your head had been telling you that your criminal conviction
would stick out like a sore thumb because the same thing happened at the
last three places you applied to.
This can be demoralizing, humiliating, and counterproductive to people
who have been arrested and convicted, served their time, paid their fines,
and are attempting to return to where they were in their lives, or even
better. However, with the bane of a criminal record in their history,
the tides of reality play against their favor.
For people who fly the flag of a prior felony conviction over their heads,
life back out on the streets can be a daunting endeavor. There is a particular
brand of stigma that follows those who own a criminal conviction on their
records. This is something our
expungement attorneys take into great consideration as they take on clients who are
interested in record sealing.
Miami-based law firm
Parks & Braxton P.A., we have over 40 collective years of helping people with record sealing,
so that they may build the foundation for more opportunities in their
lives. Our expungement attorneys know the ins and outs of qualifying for
record sealing. If you desire this change for the betterment of your life,
and you have questions about the process and whether or not you are eligible,
then call today at (888) 460-7383 for a free consultation. Discover what
our expungement attorneys can offer you to help develop a brighter future.