Why Now is the Best Time to Clear Your Utah Record with Rasa

There has never been a better time to get your Utah record cleared. Thanks to Rasa’s innovative eligibility tool and streamlined process, the price for clearing a criminal record is lower than ever before. In addition, updates to Utah’s expungement laws make it easier to qualify for a fee waiver to eliminate government fees associated with record clearance.

clearing your record can have a major impact on your employment:

At Rasa, we recognize the effects that having a criminal record can have on your personal and professional life. We have also seen what clearing a criminal record can do to improve someone’s life. At the forefront of this transformative journey lies the undeniable impact on employment opportunities and career advancement. With a cleared record, individuals are not only relieved of the stigma and discrimination often associated with criminal histories, but they also gain access to a wider array of job prospects. Studies have shown that, on average, wages increase by a staggering 20% within just one year of record clearance, highlighting the tangible economic benefits of this crucial intervention. Moreover, beyond the immediate financial gains, clearing a criminal record restores a sense of empowerment and confidence, empowering individuals to access the opportunities they deserve. By removing the barriers to employment and upward mobility, we enable individuals to fully realize their potential and contribute meaningfully to their communities.

it’s now just $250 to get started: 

If you’ve called around, you probably know that most traditional lawyers charge between $1,500 and $3,000 to help you clear your criminal record.  If this price range feels out of reach, you are not alone. Rasa is a mission-driven organization committed to providing a cheaper alternative without compromising quality.  We’re proud to announce that thanks to developments in our legal tech, we are dropping the price to get started to just $250. It can be difficult to navigate the legal system on your own. Determining eligibility for expungement and drafting and filing your own documents is a complicated process that requires a lot of time and effort. At Rasa, we have developed software that simplifies this process.

it is easier than ever before to qualify for a government fee waiver:

In a significant stride towards accessibility and equity, the Utah State Legislature has recently implemented pivotal adjustments, effectively streamlining the process for individuals and families to qualify for fee waivers. Among the notable changes, the threshold for households of three has been substantially raised, now standing at $38,730, a significant increase from the previous benchmark of $22,590. In addition, if you are on any type of government assistance like EBT, SNAP, Disability, etc., you qualify for a fee waiver. These changes not only represent a shift towards greater inclusivity but also signify a proactive approach towards addressing systemic inequalities and empowering individuals and families to access vital resources without undue financial burden. By embracing such reforms, Utah's legislature is paving the way for a more equitable society, where opportunities are accessible to all, regardless of economic circumstances.

ready to get started?

It is easier than ever to get started clearing your criminal record. So, why wait? The sooner you get started, the sooner you will start to see the benefits of clearing your criminal record. You can start the process by using our eligibility tool, or if you have already used the tool give us a call! At Rasa, we are committed to eliminating barriers that stand in the way of you living the best life you can.

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