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LawPay Rating:
4.7/5

Features

  • Customer Experience & Support - 9/10
    9/10
  • Pricing & Value - 9/10
    9/10
  • Security - 10/10
    10/10
  • Innovation & Future-Proofing - 9.5/10
    9.5/10
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Our Rating: 4.7/5

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LawPay brings full trust-account compliance to a huge list of integration partners. Whatever software you currently use to send invoices and trust requests, you can probably integrate LawPay with a few clicks and start accepting credit cards from your clients.

Who LawPay Is For

LawPay is for any law firm that wants to accept credit cards while fully complying with trust-accounting rules, without extra steps. It is most effective when paired with law practice management or billing software, so check the list of software integrations.

LawPay Features

Website
lawpay.com
Starting Monthly Fee
$20
Starting Processing Fee
1.95% + $0.20
About Credit Card Processing Fees
Comparing credit card processors on price is difficult because there are so many fees involved, from monthly fees to per-transaction fees, with variations for eCheck/ACH versus swiped cards versus keyed-in transactions and extra fees for "signature cards" like American Express. As a rule of thumb, credit card processing fees are 2–3.5% of the transaction. eCheck/ACH fees are usually lower.
Free Trial
Apps
  • Android
  • iOS
  • Web
Support
  • Email
  • Phone
Accept Payments
Accepting payments is the defining feature of credit card processing tools, of course. However, not all processors accept all payment types. See below for a more detailed breakdown.
Recurring Payments
You can use recurring payments for subscriptions and other pay-over-time fee arrangements.
Send Invoices
Some credit card payment processing tools include a basic invoicing feature in case you don't have separate accounting or billing software.
Payment Reminders
With payment reminders you can automate email notifications to your clients to remind them about upcoming or past-due payment dates.
Payment Types Accepted
Major Credit Cards
eCheck/ACH
International
Issue Refunds
When you have to give the money back.
Reporting
Generate report like payments received or upcoming payments.
Fraud Protection
Payment processors should monitor transactions for suspicious activity to help avoid fraudulent charges.
Trust Account Compliance
Some jurisdictions may require law firms that accept credit cards to comply with specific procedures. For example, pulling the transaction fee from your operating account or having your client pay it instead of subtracting it from the payment amount.
Software Integrations
  • AbacusLaw
  • Bill & Pay
  • Bill4Time
  • BlueDot
  • CampLegal
  • Case Tempo
  • Case.one
  • CaseFox
  • Centerbase
  • Cerenade
  • Chrometa
  • CINcompass
  • ClientRock
  • Clio
  • Connective Counsel
  • CosmoLex
  • Coyote Analytics
  • docketwise
  • infotems
  • INSZoom
  • Invoiced
  • Lawcus
  • Leap
  • PracticePanther
  • SimpleLaw
  • Smokeball
  • Tabs3
  • Time59
  • Timeslips
  • TimeSolv
  • TrustBooks
  • Your Firm App
  • ZolaSuite

Additional Details about LawPay

Quick Bill. 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.

Security. All LawPay plans include fraud protection and exceed Payment Card Industry compliance standards. All sensitive information within LawPay is encrypted, including card details. Secure receipts include only the last four digits of each credit card number.

 

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