When law firms accept credit cards and other forms of electronic payments, they reap a number of benefits—as do their clients.
But despite all the payment processing options out there, legal-specific compliance regulations mean that not all of them are good options for law offices. So instead, consider looking at payment options designed specifically for the legal industry.
A legal-specific merchant can support your team with a more streamlined workflow and help you follow law firm compliance and trust accounting requirements.
Download this eBook to get access to a complete, simplified guide to electronic payments for lawyers.
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