Legacy Estate & Elder Law accepts secure online payments with two verified vendors: LawPay and QuickFee. If you have any questions about which payment link to use, or if you’d like the assistance of someone in the office, please call (225) 744-0027 and we will be happy to walk you through the steps.
LawPay hosts secure payment pages that you can easily use to make payments from your phone, tablet, or computer. You can use a debit card, credit card, checking or savings account to make a payment with LawPay. LawPay even allows for setting up custom payment schedules.
To add money to your trust account:
To pay invoices:
Our firm has partnered with QuickFee and Splitit to provide you with an interest free credit card payment option. The entire amount of your charge is pre-authorized on your credit card to ensure payment, and your credit card is initially charged for the 1st month’s installment. Installment payments will be charged monthly to your credit card, while the pre-authorized amount will be reduced monthly by the same amount. Your credit card bill will only show each installment as it is made, the remaining amount on hold will not show as a debt. Any interest charged by your card issuer is only calculated on actual charged installments.
Make an installment payment: