Costs of Expungement in Oregon
How much does an Expungement Attorney cost in Oregon?
Essent Law is an Oregon law firm that offers unbundled expungement services as low as $400, with most
For instance, if you think you can complete the expungement filings on your own, but aren’t sure whether they’re done correctly, the unbundled option might be right for you. The attorney would review the documents and instruct you on exactly what needs to be changed, or verify that they are correct, and can ensure that you are not foregoing other options or avenues that might be better for your particular circumstances.
Typical expungement pricing cuts the client’s work down to a minimum and Essent Law takes care of the rest.
Why this rate of expungement costs? We price our expungement services this way for the following reasons:
1. We have it down to a science, step by step. (There are over 45 discrete actions required to file and complete one Oregon expungement filing correctly).
2. Importantly, not all our clients need the same level of service–we “unbundle” expungement services where appropriate.
3. Moreover, Essent recognizes that filing costs and expenses paid to the courts and
4. Bang for your Buck; Smart, Informed Decisions — An expungement can mean the difference between getting your foot in the door with that company, a promotion. Even in mere dollar terms, that will often mean the expungement expenses will pay for itself many, many times over. How much more money will you make if you can get the new job, change career directions, or get that promotion? That’s the question you’d want to ask, and you’d want to strategically analyze the decision.
We are really good at helping clients figure out what’s best for them.
Give Essent Law a call, 503.512.0501, or send an email so we can assist you with expunging your criminal record, or at minimum, provide you with helpful information.
Timothy D. LaBadie | Attorney at Law | J.D., M.B.A.
Essent Law llc offers offers Oregon expungement attorney services in Marion, Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Lane, and other counties, including the cities of Portland, Salem, and Eugene and surrounding areas.
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