Improving collections can be as easy as allowing your clients to pay conveniently, securely, and simply with online credit or debit card payments. Let LawPay help you end this year on a high note with features like personalized payment links. This way, you can make it easy for clients to pay online by adding a payment link to your invoices, email signature, and your firm’s website. 


LawPay offers custom payment links that send your clients directly to a personalized and customizable payment page that is both convenient and PCI 1-level secure. Payment pages can include any information you want, like your firm’s contact information and logo, and allow you to accept online payments at your office, over email, through your website, or on any mobile device for simple and seamless payments. 

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You can include a link to your payment page through email, at the bottom of invoices, or on your law firm’s website so your clients know how to pay you for your services. One of the most popular ways to use your payment page is to directly link it in your existing email correspondence with clients. If you are sending your client an email with an electronic invoice attached or are following up on a past due invoice, adding your payment page link gives clients a convenient way to make their payment. 

Once payment is made, you’ll get an email notification and see the funds in your account in 1-2 business days. Easy, convenient, and simple for both you and your client. 

How to Get It

LawPay is a payment solution designed just for lawyers and is integrated with many popular law practice management software programs. It is recommended by over 90 state and local bar associations across the country for its support in handling credit card payments in law offices. With LawPay, you can accept card and eCheck payments in accordance with ABA and IOLTA guidelines. 

To learn more about LawPay and how they can improve collections for your firm, visit today!

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Last updated October 7th, 2022