As a courtesy to our clients, ShuffieldLowman accepts credit cards and electronic checks for the payment of invoices and advance deposits to Trust. ShuffieldLowman has partnered with LawPay to provide the convenience of making online payments via a secure web portal. Paying online eliminates the need for writing a check and saves time and postage.
If you have any questions about your invoice or amount due, please contact the Accounting Department before making a payment online.
Credit card payment notice: Due to bank processing times, it may take 2-3 days before your account reflects your payment.
Make an Invoice Payment
Existing clients who would like to pay an invoice will need the Client Matter Number and/or Invoice Number as it appears on the invoice, along with the amount being paid.
Make a Trust Payment
Replenish your trust account as directed by your attorney. New clients can also process a trust deposit as directed by your attorney, but only after signing and returning an engagement agreement. Making a trust payment through this website does not create an attorney-client relationship.