Juvenile Expungement in Utah

Eligibility Checklist

If you have been charged with criminal violations in the past, the record of those charges may affect your ability to get work, housing, public benefits, financial aid for education, to drive or to enjoy other rights or privileges, such as voting. This information will help you understand what rights and options you have and what procedures you must use to clear or limit access to your criminal record by others.

If you meet the requirements for eligibility you can seek to Expunge your Juvenile Conviction and have your Records Sealed pursuant Utah Code of Criminal Procedure, Utah Expungement Act Section 77-40-105

There is nothing worse than losing an employment opportunity for that dream job because of a minor blemish on your record when the employer conducts a criminal background check.
There is nothing worse than being unable to fulfill your goals of entering a professional field (Medical, Real Estate, Contracting, Government or State Agencies) after years of education because you can't enter an internship, externship or pass a state licensing exam because of a decade old blemish on your record revealed by a background check.

Why even take the chance! You have worked too hard and come too far to let your past mistakes deny you the opportunity to provide a better life for you and your family. Here is an affordable way to overcome those obstacles and move forward with your career without fail or worry. You can take those steps to obtain closure of your past mistakes today by taking a few moments to determine your eligibility, provide some information, and make your payment. The relief you will receive is priceless.
Review the Utah Expungement Act:  Section 77-40-105 for more information.


Currently, most Courts in Utah charge a Court filing fee in addition to fees for certified copies. For the most part, fees are around $135 dollars. Therefore, your total cost shouldn’t exceed $334 dollars. The filing fee for expungements can be found at: http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/fees.htm

We provide the following services:

  • Obtain all documents associated with the case
  • Obtain a Certificate of Eligibility
  • Pay the filing fees when the Petition for Expungement is filed
  • Notify all interested parties of the scheduled hearing date
  • Distribution of Certified Copies of the Court Order to all affected agencies identified in the Order.

If the court grants the petition for expungement, all of your court records will be sealed and the matter treated as if a record never existed.

You should consider whether to file the petition to expunge the record in whole or in part. If a record is expunged in part, all references to the petitioner's name in the records pertaining to the adjudicated cases will be expunged. If a record is expunged in whole, all records in the court will be sealed.


Just fill out the application form and submit your application. You can make your payment right now with any major credit card or Paypal, or one of our staff will follow up with you to help answer your questions and help you complete the process. If you have Court documents in your possession, you can fax or email them to our office which allows us to expedite your document preparation and submission even faster.

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