Do I need a lawyer to file for an expungement in Pennsylvania? VIDEO

You do not need a lawyer to file for an expungement in Pennsylvania. Should you have a lawyer to file for an expungement in Pennsylvania, the question you have to ask yourself is, is something at stake? If something is at stake, then you should have an attorney involved.

People often seek an expungement for various reasons. Employment concerns, trying to get employment or advance their employment, their career opportunities, for example, to get into school or to continue with school, be it college or graduate school, law school, medical school, whatever the case may be, people seek an expungement just to clear their name or to better their reputation.

If something is at stake, if you have any of those concerns, it is a process, the expungement process, various steps along the way need to be properly attended to so that the expungement will be granted at the given time. With the help of an attorney, they'll be able to help you understand your eligibility and also what will need to take place through the process, and fundamentally they would be able to do everything for you in almost all instances, there is an additional benefit to that obviously.

Having an experienced Pennsylvania criminal defense attorney should help you through the expungement process because it will make the process go as smoothly as possible into it while trying to achieve the desired outcome.

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