Oregon Expungement Attorney / Lawyer
Expungement / Expunction Attorney / Lawyer based out of Portland, Oregon
Clean your Oregon Criminal Record
Expungement Services: For those who qualify, I can expunge your record, which means that I can prepare and file the all necessary motions, orders and affidavits and perform any necessary follow-up to ensure that your criminal record has been sealed before applying for the job or housing that you need. We can even take your fingerprints at my office, if you are able to travel here. My office is located in Portland, Oregon, which is in Multnomah County. If you cannot travel to my office, most cities have a place where you can have your fingerprints taken for a nominal fee and we can handle your case via mail, fax and/or e-mail.
I accept expungement cases in any county in Oregon, regardless of where you reside. Oregon Counties include the following:
Employment and Housing protection: An arrest record or criminal record can often affect one’s ability to obtain employment or housing.
Free 10-minute phone consultation: Please feel free to telephone Jennie L. Clark, Attorney at Law, for a free 10-minute lawyer consultation to determine if you are eligible to have your Oregon criminal record expunged. (503) 238-1010. If I am not available when you call, one of my legal assistants can do an intake and arrange for a phone appointment. Please note that it is difficult for me to do an appropriate consult via e-mail because I usually have number of follow-up questions.
Disclaimer: I do not represent you, unless we have a signed fee agreement. Legal information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice, nor the formation of an attorney/client relationship. This web site is not intended to solicit clients for matters outside of the State of Oregon and is likely considered advertising by the Oregon State Bar. This website only gives generalized legal information. Each case should be analyzed on an individual basis, for various provisions and exceptions exist in the Oregon expungement laws, not fully articulated within this site.