I recently paid part 1 of 4 payments for an expungement in Texas.Â The employer that rescinded their offer said if I can get it done soon he would complete the hiring process.Â Would it make a difference if I paid immediately or in installments as to how long it would take your firm to process my case.Â I am searching for copies of my paperwork from my case to determine if I am indeed eligible for an expungement or non disclosure.Â I do not remember signing anything stating I could not apply for an expungement of my record,because that is a BIG DEAL to me.Â
The amount of time it takes to expunge a record in Texas can vary greatly from court to court and from month to month.Â Â Courts in Texas typically take about 3 to 4 months for an expungement.Â Â However, some courts can get it done in about 2 months and some cases have take more than 6 months.Â Â Â
If you are a client of Higbee & Associates, your case manager or the attorney assigned to the case should be able to give you a more exact estimate.Â Also, we proceed as fast as possible regardless if you are making payments or paid in full.
Thank you for the kind words.Â I am glad you have been happy with my law firm; we will do our very best to keep it that way.
As far as us offering expungement services in Tennessee, it is not in the plans.Â The good news is that we can recommend Nathan Moore at mooredefenselaw.com for expungement cases in Tennessee.Â I hope that helps.
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