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DUI / ARD - DUI SENTENCE EXPUNGEMENT

If you have a DUI, or a dismissed DUI charge, on your record, you may find it impossible to get an apartment, a job or acceptance into a college. DUI arrest and/or conviction will appear on your criminal record and will show up if potential employers, schools, banks or the military run background checks. It follows you everywhere and can make life extremely difficult.

If you need relief from the negative effects of a DUI arrest or ARD conviction, expungement may be an option for you. DUI expungement means that the charges and conviction are erased from your criminal record. In Pennsylvania it can only occur when you have completed the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program or the charges are dismissed or withdrawn.

It gives you a fresh start with a clean record, but expungements are granted at the discretion of the court and only under certain circumstances. Once you are granted the expungement, you no longer have to say the arrest or conviction happened.

Our lawyers are experienced in DUI expungement, and we are familiar with the court system and the way expungement works. We will submit the appropriate paperwork correctly, and we will determine whether you are even eligible for the expungement process. Do not let a DUI conviction ruin your future. Call us immediately for a consultation to see if expungement can help you.

DIVORCE - SPECIAL RELIEF

In all divorce cases, the Court shall have full equity, power and jurisdiction and may issue injunctions or other orders which are necessary to protect the interest of the parties or to effectuate the purposes of the divorce code and may grant such other relief or remedy as equity and justice require against either party or against a third party over whom the Court has jurisdiction and who is involved or concerned with the disposition of the case.

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