Learn the legal requirements and reasons that you might want to change your name in Texas.
Texas received the second most DUI arrests in the United States last year with over 90,066 arrests. We can show you what to do if you were one of them.
By successfully expunging your criminal record, you will be able to legally say that you were not charged for, or convicted of a crime on any applications for employment or housing.
Expunging an offense from your criminal record in Texas does not automatically restore your civil rights. If you were convicted of a felony in a federal court or in a state other than Texas, you may have lost your civil rights. Restoring your civil rights may enable you to reclaim the rights that you lost when you were convicted such as the right to own firearms, the right to vote, the right to hold public office, or serve on a jury. Now more...
If you have a criminal record in Dallas, Texas, you may be able to seal your offense. Texas record sealing laws offer a wide array of options to seal your criminal record.
If you have a theft charge in Texas, you may be eligible to fight your charge and have it removed from your record. Do not let a past theft charge dictate your future by preventing you from passing background checks for employment or housing. Successfully clearing your Texas theft charge may open the door to many opportunities, giving you a better quality of life.