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A past indiscretion involving a child can remain on your record forever. In some cases, you may be able to expunge a “substantiated” finding of abuse by the Department for Children and Families (DCF). This involves an administrative action before DCF. Mr. Debenham can give you your best chance for an expungement.
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A felony conviction can keep you from getting a job, renting an apartment, or buying a home. Some employers will not hire persons with certain misdemeanors. Even an arrest with no conviction or a diversion can look bad on your record to a prospective employer.
Most convictions which do not involve a death, a sex crime or a crime against children can be expunged. Even if the conviction occurred when you were a juvenile, the conviction may be eligible to be expunged. Diversions and arrest records can also be expunged.
By seeking an expungement, you can wipe your slate clean for most purposes. Debenham Law Office, LLC can procure an expungement for you in any of Kansas’ 105 counties.