Don't Let Your Past Limit Your Future


Solano Criminal Expungement and Record Sealing Services

Welcome to the Solano County section of WipeRecord. If you’re considering an expungement or record sealing, look no further. At WipeRecord, our Texas expungement team has over 40 years of experience. Are you considering an expungement because you want to get a job in Solano and you don’t want your past to hinder your chances? Smart move! Did you know that over 85% of employers in Solano County conduct some form of a background check before they hire potential employee? Will you pass that background check? With an expungement, you can honestly check that you’ve never been arrested as employers won’t be able to find out!


Not only does expunging your record help your chances significantly of getting a job but it also is very important should you want to lease an apartment or home in Solano County. Landlordsare known for using strenuous background checks when reviewing applicants for their property. Ideally, they will not want anyone with a checkered past occupying their property.

We pride ourselves by being the largest criminal expungement firm in the country coupled with the lowest prices! If you happen to find a lower price for an expungement or record sealing in Solano County, we will match that price as we have a price match guarantee.

Contact WipeRecord today and put your past behind you – where it belongs!
Local County Courthouse Information
Solano County Superior CourtHall of Justice600 Union AvenueFairfieldCA94533707-207-7300
Law and Justice Center530 Union AvenueSecond FloorFairfieldCA94533707-207-7300
Solano Justice Building321 Tuolumne StreetVallejoCA94590707-207-7300

One potential benefit of expunging your record is that you many be able to restore your firearm rights in Solano County. Whether you want to go hunting or project your family, you should talk with our lawyers about the benefits of restoring your gun rights. You should note that not all expungements that are granted allow you restore your firearm rights.