Expungement in the
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State of South Carolina
Minor Offenses Can Have Major Ramifications. Use The Tools Provided To Determine If Your Case Is Eligible For Expungement.
Minor offenses can have major ramifications, notably if it shows up on a background check or must be disclosed to friends, family and places of employment. Depending on the type of offense and the amount of time that has passed, you may be eligible for expungement in the state of South Carolina.
We invite you to use the tools provided on this website to take the first step in the expungement process by determining if your offense is eligible for expungement in South Carolina.
Every Case Is Unique. It’s Important to Speak with An Experienced Attorney.
Furthermore, it’s important to note that every case is unique. We always recommend you review the specifics of your offense with an experienced attorney to determine if you qualify.
Further, there are several steps beyond qualification to clear your record, including paperwork and filing. An attorney experienced in the expungement process in South Carolina is a great resource to help you navigate the opportunities available to you.
Schedule a Consultation Today
With proven legal experience and knowledge, the attorneys at Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC are here to discuss your case and help you move past any mistakes you feel are holding you back. We invite you to schedule a comprehensive consultation by phone at 864-298-0084 or contact us online so we can review your situation and help you decide on the next best step.
The South Carolina Expungement Process
Often, mistakes are a part of life. Everyone makes them; however, it can be disruptive when mistakes from the past come back to haunt you—particularly on your permanent record. We invite you to read more about how the expungement process works in South Carolina.
Is Your Case Eligible for Expungement?
We invite you to answer a series of questions to determine if your case is eligible for expungement.
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