Xpunctions.com is owned & operated by Ivie Law Firm, PLLC to provide information and legal representation to expunge court records and criminal records in North Carolina.
Under state law the firm may be able to Expunge Court Records and your Criminal Record.
Court records and Criminal Record can be accessed by potential employers, educational institutions, landlords, creditors and licensing boards. In fact, almost anyone can gain access to your record. Even a dismissal can be used against you. If we expunge your criminal record, this will no longer be true. See FAQs on this website for additional information.
Your Court Record and Criminal Record can have a negative impact on your future and that of your family. Your record may prevent you from obtaining employment, receiving a professional license, gaining admission to a school, getting an apartment or securing a loan. If you qualify Xpunctions.com can expunge court records and erase your criminal history by court order and removed from the public record.
Xpunctions.com works for clients to expunge Court Records of dismissals, misdemeanors, and felonies that appear on Criminal Records. What may be expunged is determined by state law. Not all dismissals or convictions qualify for expunction. Xpunctions.com represent clients for expunctions , also known as expungements, in Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Forsyth, Franklin, Granville, Guilford, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Nash, Orange, Person, Vance, Wake and Wilson counties.
Contact Xpunctions.com by using the Contact Form, by phone or by email. There is no cost for a consultation to determine whether we can expunge court records and clean up your criminal record under state law.
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