FINRA and NMLS Licensing Disclosures:
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If you have an offense of dishonesty, breach of trust, or money laundering, or numerous other offenses for which FINRA and NMLS disclosure is necessary, working at any FINRA or NMLS licensed company can be extremely challenging. We are knowledgeable about FINRA and NMLS licensing disclosures and are able to help you meet the necessary disclosures by providing advice and helping you compile court records that are necessary.
In order to begin your FINRA and NMLS disclosure requirement, we strongly recommend first having your record examined by an experienced and licensed attorney. To accomplish this, we offer a comprehensive FINRA and NMLS licensing case analysis. The analysis typically takes 7-14 business days to complete and will allow us to look at the details of your case and best advise you on your disclosures and any other possible forms of relief to minimize the consequences of your record. Please know, this estimated time frame can be longer depending on the complexity of your case.
The analysis costs $300 and may be applied as a credit towards the expungement, or record sealing service that is best for your situation. If, however, it turns out you do not require further relief, or you decide not to pursue other forms of legal relief, then this amount is for the attorney’s time to perform the analysis. The credit ranges from $100-$200 depending on the number of violations or cases on your record. This credit will remain available for four months from the date of the analysis.
- Case handled 100% by California licensed attorneys
- Expedited process
- Fixed, flat fee
- Outstanding customer service
* Credit varies based on the extensiveness of your criminal record.
* This flat fee includes advice on disclosures and determining the next step. Many people simply need guidance in completing the process, in which case no further service is required. Additional help such as requesting documents, phone calls to agencies, and more may require additional expenses.