Florida Expungement Lawyer | Top-Rated Expungement Attorney in Florida

David Weisselberger | November 5, 2023


If your criminal record is holding you back from what you deserve, we are here to help. We understand how a criminal history can impact your opportunities and peace of mind.

We are Florida’s expert expungement law firm, dedicated to helping individuals across all 67 Florida Counties reclaim their lives. Our experts excel in the art of sealing and expunging criminal records. If these records are impeding your advancement, allow our seasoned Florida expungement lawyer to help liberate you.

With our guidance, you can break free from the chains of a criminal past and step confidently into a promising, untarnished future. Your deserved opportunities and peace of mind are within reach.

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Here are the best reasons why you should hire us:

  • Client-Centered & Efficient: We prioritize your satisfaction with our client-centered approach, offering instant case updates at every step of the way so you stay informed about the progression of your case before you even begin to worry about the case’s status.
  • 5-Star Service: Our swift process ensures that your record can be expunged in as little as 3 to 5 months or sealed in only 2 to 3 months, with a 99.7% positive settlement history. Other than that, we have an exceptional reputation- our firm is backed by 250+ verified five-star reviews.
  • Trusted Expungement Partner: Our experienced Florida expungement attorneys only navigate expungement laws, ensuring expertise. We keep you informed throughout the process so you can trust we are working hard. 
  • Transparent Pricing: Transparency is the top priority when it comes to our pricing. We understand that dealing with legal matters, especially expungements, can be stressful, and the last thing you need is hidden costs or unexpected surprises.

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The Process of Sealing and Expungement in Florida

The process on how to get your record expunged in Florida is never an easy one unless you are guided by true experts.

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Step 1: Eligibility Test

Before starting the expungement process, it’s essential to determine if you’re eligible under Florida law. If you qualify, we can help you. If you do not qualify, there’s nothing that can be done. Find out if your case qualifies for Florida expungement with our free eligibility test.

Step 2: Sealing or Expunging?

Understanding whether your situation is suited for record sealing or expunging is crucial. We will help you decide based on your unique factual circumstances.

Step 3: Expungement of Record Sealing Packet

We’ll assist you in completing and filing the necessary paperwork for your expungement or sealing application, ensuring every detail is accurate and in compliance with Florida law.

We begin your case by immediately creating an expungement or sealing packet specific to your case(s) according to Florida’s legal requirement and follow up by sending you the packet along with instructions via email on how to complete the packet.

Step 4: Submission to State Attorney’s Office and FDLE

Once we receive your fully completed expungement or record sealing packet, we submit it to the relevant State Attorney’s Office and FDLE for approval. 

Should a “Certificate of Eligibility” be issued, we proceed with preparing your Petition to expunge or seal motion set.

Step 5: File the Petition to Expunge with Court

We file the Petition Expunge or Seal motion set together with the FDLE Certificate of Eligibility with the appropriate Court where the incident was adjudicated.

We make sure to send copies to the appropriate State Attorney’s Office and Arresting Agency pursuant to Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure 3.692.

Step 6: State Attorney’s Response

The State Attorney will consider your petition and determine whether or not to object (this happens on a case by case basis). If there is an objection, a court hearing will be needed as it then becomes a contested expungement or sealing matter. This could be a mini trial of its own kind. If no objection is announced however, then depending on the judge that is assigned to the case, a court hearing might still be necessary to put the matter before the record. Should the judge grant the petition, the Clerk of the Court must process the expungement or record sealing of the criminal history record.

As you might be intersted, an expungement in Florida can take from 5-7 months. Read More Here

What Are The Benefits of Expungement in Florida?

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Expunging your criminal record in Florida offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Enhanced Employment Opportunities with better pay
  • Improved Housing acceptance process
  • Peace of Mind and Reduced Stigma during background checks
  • Protection of Personal Information
  • Enhanced Educational Opportunities
  • Restoration of Firearm Rights
  • Improved Professional Licensing acceptance process
  • Immigration naturalization benefits
  • Advantageous in Child Custody and Family Matters
  • Expanded Access to Community and Social Activities

Contact our expungement lawyers in Florida today to learn more about how we can help you achieve these advantages and regain control of your life.

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How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Florida Expungement Lawyer?

Depending on which kind of felonies or misdemeanor that you are convicted of, you are charged differently. An average Florida expungement lawyer can cost between $749 and $2,500 plus costs! With Erase the Case however, we offer a simple, transparent, and affordable flat fee option of only $995. This fee includes all costs and is the fastest most expert expungement process in Florida taking only 2-5 months to complete the process in total.

How Our Florida Expungement Attorney Can Help

Unlock the possibilities of clearing your criminal record with our sealing and expungement lawyer services. We have unmatched knowledge and experience to guide you through the complex legal process.

Our experienced attorneys are ready to discuss our record sealing and expunging services in Florida, offering you a chance to live free and stop being haunted. Contact us now and know how to get your record expunged in Florida!

See Also: How To Remove Your Criminal Records From Background Check


To expunge your record in Florida, skillful expungement lawyers in Florida are crucial for navigating the intricate legal requirements, maximizing your chances of success, and ensuring all necessary steps are correctly followed.

An average lawyer takes an absurd 5 to 7 months or even longer. However, with our Erase the Case, we achieve the most expedited results with only 3-5 months to expunge a record and 2-3 months to seal a record.

If the person has never been found guilty, they would be able to expunge any charge in the books from A-Z.

  • Sexual Offenses: 
  • Violent Felonies
  • Serious Drug Offenses
  • Repeat Offenses: If you have previous convictions or have had a record expunged before, you may not be eligible for the expungement or record sealing of new charges.
  • Pending Charges: Generally, charges that are still pending or have yet to be resolved in court are only eligible for record expungement once the case is concluded.
  • Convictions: Charges that have resulted in convictions, as opposed to dismissals, acquittals, or other favorable outcomes, are never eligible for record expungement.
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  • It was a great experience working with David on a previous case. He really goes above and beyond and provides great service. He was able to get everything done in less than 4 months at a very reasonable price. His current payment plan, Pay Later is a great option!
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  • This is one of the best choices I have made in my life. I feel like life has truly given me a second chance from my past mistakes. I chose Erase The Case because of the reviews and now I want to make sure I pass on this experience so that some other people can trust this company....
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    Florida Expungement Attorney of the Year!! Great service… The best part is I didn't have to do anything except the online video call which took less than 5 minutes to get the notarized papers!! David took care of everything...
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