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Professional Licensing Helper is privately owned and operated, with no connection to any Government or Related Entity. THE TOOLS PROVIDED HERE HAVE NO OFFICIAL CAPACITY. Please contact the appropriate ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY for assistance with interpretation and clarification. This tool is offered to the public “as is” with no warranty or guarantee for accuracy. Use at your own risk.

No attempt is made to interpret any law, rule or instruction in this process. Professional Licensing Helper, and the owner Arthur Strout (using the online name of Arth) assume no liability for and do not warrant the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of any information found in this tool or the source content. All copyrights and other rights belong to the original source(s).

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Errors Happen

I promise to do my level best to earn your respect and trust. Everyone makes mistakes. I will be happy to correct any errors made. Payment for paid services will only be required upon the completion of that task. Should errors happen, they will be dealt with as required and refunds provided if necessary within 30 days, if an error cannot be corrected.

Error Reporting

Should you find incorrect information or other errors on the site, your help in resolving these errors is greatly appreciated. Please direct any comments to me using the Contact Form.

Please Use Responsibly

Professional Licensing Helper, or the owner Arthur Strout (using the online name of Arth) are not responsible for loss of income due to failed attempts at qualifying for or maintaining your professional license. Every attempt is made to provide you with the very best information and support. It is your legal responsibility to maintain your qualification status as a licensed professional.

Reminder Services require up-to-date contact information

Subscriptions to any license renewal reminder service and important updates to changes in regulations can only be effective if accurate contact information is provided to Professional Licensing Helper, and updated when needed. P-L-H will make every attempt to follow-up on failed reminder notices, but is not responsible for lapses in reminder services due to changed contact information that has not been updated by contacting me. You can update your contact information at any time by using the Contact Form.

Always check the Source

I promise to do my best to keep the information you find here current. Government laws, rules and regulations change with every legislative session. Boards constantly work on improving and changing the regulation of professional licensing. I subscribe to many newsletters that hopefully will help me to stay current. Keeping your knowledge up to date in  your field is extremely important to you professionally. Each licensee has the responsibility to keep track of licensing requirements. I can try to help make it easier, but ultimately, each individual licensee has the responsibility to remain qualified.

My Best to You

Arth