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How much does it cost to have a felony expunged or sealed in texas

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How much does it cost to have a felony expunged or sealed in texas

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Our firm deals exclusively with expungements and we have determined that the standard law firm in Texas will charge you approximately 2,500 dollars to have a felony expunged assuming that the felony can in fact be expunged. Because we specialize in expungements, our fee is usually between 1,000 and 1,300. I suggest you check around for local attorney rates and if you are not satisfied you may call our office at 800-241-0272 and we will gladly let you know if the felony can be expunged and what our precise fee would be. We also offer a money-back guarantee and accelerated criminal database updating so that your background checks will come up clean within a month of the expungement. Good luck.


Depends on who you hire to have your record expunged. If you are able to get your record expunged, prices vary based on the particular charge you want expunged and whether the firm you hire specializes in expungements or if expungements are only a part of their practice.

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