January 30th, 2013 at 3:47 pm
The answer is: it depends on who you’re talking to. If you call an attorney who doesn’t practice in expunction law you might be quoted $500 and weeks later receive a phone call notifying you that you’ll have to pay another thousand dollars because they did not price the service correctly. Or you might be quoted $3,000 by a civil attorney who has no idea what they’re doing, but they aren’t going to do it for cheap.
An experienced expunction attorney knows that the going-rate for an expunction in Texas $1,500. Some counties are more and some counties are less; some courts are also more or less. The kicker, though, is that some attorneys will tell you $1,500 and then ask you to pay the filing and certification fees, which raises the price up by another $350 to $500.
At Ross|Hurd we have one price for local, uncontested expunctions: $1,400. We undercut our competition by $100 and let you keep the savings. Our price includes all filing fees and there are no surprise phone calls down the road to ask for more money. If a surprise charge pops up, we pay for it ourselves.
Give us a call today and see if you qualify for the cheapest expunction in town.