WipeRecord, a division of Eastman Meyler, PC, Upgrades Office as Company Expands

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WipeRecord upgrades office to over 4,000 square feet in Austin, Texas.

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This move is a result of consistent and rapid growth that WipeRecord has experienced over the last year, which has necessitated a larger office and additional resources to service an abundance of new clients.

WipeRecord, a division of Eastman Meyler, PC (“WipeRecord”) has moved to a new location in Austin, TX with over 4,000 square feet of office space. "This move is a result of consistent and rapid growth that WipeRecord has experienced over the last year, which has necessitated a larger office and additional resources to service an abundance of new clients," said Sam Eastman, partner at Eastman Meyler, PC.

The new office space is located on East Riverside Drive and will be the home to WipeRecord for the foreseeable future.

WipeRecord has been expanding its services in current and new states over the last year to keep up with the ever growing demand of clients seeking to expunge or seal their criminal record. The company currently offers expungement services in the following states: California, Texas, Oregon, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, Oklahoma, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Washington and Illinois. WipeRecord has plans to expand into other states soon, including New Jersey, Kentucky, Missouri, Louisiana and Georgia.

Recently, new and progressive state laws are paving the way for easier and faster criminal record expungement (this also includes sealing a criminal record in many instances). According to Eastman, “So many states have expanded their expungement laws as of late and we have been getting inquiries from more and more potential clients as awareness grows. We need to increase our own headcount to keep up with the demand. Most states have strict expungement laws but more and more are coming around to expanding their laws, as it appears they want more of their citizens in light of the anti-recidivism movement. When someone successfully expunges or seals their criminal record, there is an immediate and positive impact on their employment and housing opportunities."

In addition to WipeRecord's core focus of criminal record expungement, there is also a strong uptick in demand to restore firearm rights for ex-felons. This service has been increasing in popularity and one of the many reasons for WipeRecord’s expansion to a larger office. “Many states have very progressive laws when it comes to restoring firearm rights after a criminal record is expunged,” said Eastman.

About WipeRecord:
WipeRecord is the nation’s leading expungement firm and has over 60 years’ combined experience with expungements and restoring firearm rights.

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