Pardon & Expungement Packages
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Our straightforward pricing structure ensures you know exactly what to expect from the start. Each case is researched and quoted before any fee is finalized.
Expungement & Pardon Services Pricing Packages
Basic Expungement Package
Standard Pardon Package
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Record Clearing in Pennsylvania
Step 1: Know your record
Step 2: Determine your eligibility
Step 3: Erase your record
- Can I use a credit card to pay for Record Eraser services?
Yes, we do accept credit cards. However, we understand that individuals with convictions may face credit challenges. We offer alternative payment plans to accommodate various financial situations, ensuring our services are within reach for everyone. Contact us today to get started.
- What is the cost of a standard pardon application with Record Eraser?
Our flat rate for a standard pardon application on a single docket is $1,850. This inclusive fee covers preparation, documentation, filing, and tracking throughout the process. Learn more about the PA pardon process here.
- How does Record Eraser's payment plan work?
We require half of the total fee as an initial down payment. The remaining balance can be paid in installments of $200 per month, with a 1.5% interest added monthly. This flexible payment plan is designed to make our services affordable and manageable for our clients. Utilize our free resources blog here.
- Can I get a refund if my pardon is not granted?
While we cannot guarantee the granting of a pardon, we stand by our clients. If your initial pardon application is not granted, we offer a 50% discount for a second application. We follow the rules, waiting one year before re-filing the application. Click here to learn more about the pardon application process.
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