Want a fresh start?

Let McLemore Law Remove Your Name from the Child Maltreatment Registry

  • Having your name placed on the Arkansas Child Maltreatment Registry is a blot on your history that can follow you far into the future.

  • You may be denied employment opportunities, professional licensing and even child custody and visitation rights. 

 

McLemore Law can help you remove your name from the Child Maltreatment Registry list, allowing you a fresh start. 

 
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Are you eligible for removal from the Arkansas Child Maltreatment Registry?

Generally, adults may be eligible for removal if:

  • They have been on the maltreatment registry for one year for an eligible type of maltreatment, and

  • There have been no subsequent “true” reports.

Juveniles may be eligible for removal if:

  • They’ve turned 18 and have been on the maltreatment registry for one year

  • There have been no subsequent acts resulting in a true finding of child maltreatment, and

  • We can prove by a preponderance of evidence that you have been rehabilitated.

 

 
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Those not eligible for removal include: 

  • Adults who are found guilty of a crime due to the same act for which the offender is named in the registry, even if the conviction has been sealed/expunged.

  • Adults who are placed on the maltreatment registry for certain serious maltreatment types.

  • Juveniles who were found guilty in adult court of a crime due to the same act for which the offender is named in the registry.

 

 
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Let Us Help

Don’t let the past define your future. Contact McLemore Law today. We will first determine your name-removal eligibility, and then start the process of removing your name from the registry.


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Why McLemore Law

You are not required to defend yourself in this situation. You can have a qualified defense attorney present. McLemore Law has the experience and the familiarity with the court system to speak for you effectively. 

When you need your name removed from the Arkansas Child Abuse Registry, you must have an experienced attorney who fully understands the law. Kent McLemore has extensive experience with this type of legal action, and will work to protect your rights and your future.