Online Payment

Hall Payne Lawyers offer three secure online payment methods.

Electronic Funds Transfer

Pay your invoice online with our bank-transfer payment option. Transfer funds directly from your bank with no additional fees.

Credit Card

Pay your invoice online with our credit card payment option. Credit Card surcharge of 1.5% will be applied to all credit card transactions.

Payment Plans

QuickFee offers an easy, no-hassle option for you to spread the cost of your invoice(s) totalling $500 or more, over up to 12 equal monthly *

How a payment plan helps:

  • Keep working capital in your business for other purposes.
  • Smooth your cash flow.
  • Access an additional line of credit without formal application or engaging the bank.
  • No additional security is required.
  • If you would like to pay off your loan early, any remaining interest is rebated.
  • Obtain the additional services you need to grow your business

*Interest applies. No early payout/termination fees.

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