LawPay is a credit card processor built specifically for law firms. It brings full trust-account compliance to a huge list of integration partners. Whatever software you currently use to send invoices and trust requests can probably be integrated with a few clicks. With very little effort, you can start accepting credit card payments from your clients.
Starting Cost: $20
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LawPay is a web-based application that can be accessed using any modern browser.
As of this review, LawPay pricing starts our at $20 per month with a starting processing fee of 1.95% + $0.20.
LawPay transfers all information over a secure socket layer (SSL) connection, so your (and your client's) information is encrypted while in transit. Additionally, they store their data on Amazon Web Services servers with bank-level encryption.
Yes. LawPay can easily be integrated into your law office's procedures by allowing you to include a link to URL, where clients can pay, into any communication, invoice, or even text message. Additionally, LawPay directly integrates with the many of the most popular legal tech products on the market.
Most likely. By adding a payment link to your invoices, your firm will be able to integrate LawPay into most accounting software platforms.
Probably, as LawPay allows firms to separate their payment account from the account they deposit funds into.
LawPay is relatively easy to set-up. Although, in order to take advantage of all of its features, you'll want to allocate some time to incorporating it into your processes.
Yes. With LawPay, your firm can easily keep track of who has paid their invoices, and even set up rules to automate follow-ups.
Yes. Although large firms certainly could use LawPay, small to medium-sized firms are generally who they provide the most value to.
Yes. And no. LawPay allows you to incorporate a custom payment page into your website easily. Which can work as a client portal for many firms. However, it is not as robust a platform as some will need.
LawPay offers a Quick Bill tool that emails clients to request payment via a link to a secure payment page. It allows you to send and view payment requests to clients. You can view which have been paid, viewed, or are outstanding.
With Scheduled Payments, your clients can set-up recurring payments to your firm with ease. Not only will your client know they are paying you on time, your firm will also be able to plan based on those payments.
LawPay allows you to collect signatures with each payment, if you like. Clients can follow the link in an email sent to them to sign via touch-screen or mouse. Whats more, authorization forms can be built directly into your intake paperwork so your clients can onboard with ease.
Making your website work as more than just an advertising platform should be a goal of all law firms. With LawPay, one can easily integrate a payment gateway into their existing website. Even when clients can’t find the specific billing email, they can at easily find where to pay.
All plans include fraud protection and exceed Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance standards. With this, sensitive information within the application is encrypted, including card details. Additionally, secure receipts include only the last four digits of each credit card number.