Accepting payments by credit card at your law office can benefit both you and your clients. Most clients appreciate the ease of electronic payment, potential rewards they may receive, and repayment flexibility. While to your law office, credit card payments often mean you get paid in full and on time more frequently.
But, accepting credit cards in your office is a lot more complex than getting paid by one of your pals by swiping a card in some square. When it comes to accepting credit cards, finding a legal-specific merchant service provider (MSP) is only half the battle.
Ask these questions to be sure any potential payment processor can maintain compliance and meet your firm’s needs. Download this infographic now to get 5 Questions Law Firms Should Ask Credit Card Merchant Service Providers.
There isn’t anything I don’t like. Easier timekeeping and keeps the books straight because they have to match up…we switched because it includes bookkeeping and timekeeping in one program.
Rebecca Norton | On Point Legal
We needed to find an alternative solution to PCLaw, as we were moving to a cloud-based system. It appeared the employees at CosmoLex had more experience in migrating the data from PCLaw to CosmoLex.
Andrea C. Kryszak | Kryszak & Associates
Using a third-party platform for accounting didn’t make sense anymore…conflict check approach is good and I like the ability to handle my accounting within the case management software.
Andy Patzig | Patzig Law