If you need to make a payment by credit card or electronic funds transfer, we accept PayPal. (Cash, checks, and money orders, too, but those have to be brought or mailed to the office.) This allows you to pay with your PayPal account balance or checking account or credit card linked to your PayPal account. In the box below, input the client's name and press Add to Cart. That will take you to the PayPal screen where you select the number of dollars to pay. The cart is set up for one dollars, so you have to choose the quantity of dollars to pay. (A little odd? Yes. But it's how PayPayl works. Otherwise, you could only pay in the amounts we selected.) You can then pay with your PayPal balance, bank account, or credit card. Just select the Check out with PayPal button. Then either Pay with a PayPal Account or select Don't have a PayPal Account? to pay with a checking account or credit card. You don't have to have a PayPal account to use the second option.

Unless you have otherwise agreed or the law provides otherwise, attorney fees are earned when received. Payments are applied first to outstanding attorney fees and then to other charges and expenses. 

Thank you for your payment. If you have any questions, please let us know

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