There are countless occupations that, in order to do your job, you must have a professional license. If you have a professional license and are facing domestic violence charges, you are probably very worried about losing your license. I defend people with all sorts of professional licenses who have been charged with domestic violence. I understand that your livelihood and reputation are at stake. I take immediate legal action to protect your ability to work.
Do you have a professional license? If you do and were charged with domestic violence, you are most likely worried about loss of license. Talk with me, a skilled Atlanta loss of license attorney, about your rights and how I can help. At the Schiffer Law Firm, L.L.C., I work hard to alleviate my clients’ fears. I also offer advice on what to do while a restraining order is in place.
Do You Require a Professional License for Work?
I provide effective domestic violence defense services to people in all types of occupations. There are more than 400 types of professional licenses in Georgia, so this list is not all-inclusive. Examples of people who need a professional license to work include:
- Auto mechanics
- Civil architects
- Civil engineers
- Nail technicians
- Registered nurses
- Social workers
My goal is to dispose of the case without a conviction on your record. I am committed to ensuring you do not lose your license and can continue doing your job.
Expungement of a Conviction From Your Record
You may be eligible to have a domestic violence conviction expunged from your criminal record. You would then be able to reinstate your professional license.
Talk With an Atlanta Loss of License Lawyer About Your Rights
If you have been charged with domestic violence, professional licensure may be one of your concerns. Contact my Atlanta office and speak with me about your situation. Call locally at 404-963-9468 or toll free at 877-858-0130 to get honest advice as soon as possible about your circumstances.