Lawyers and law firms that were unable to process electronic payments were often challenged during the last two months. We heard tales of woe of lawyers in other states barred from going to their offices to pick up the mail or good clients of law firms who promised that they had mailed a check for payment, but it got caught in a clearing house.
But there is a lot more to know about digital payments than just accepting credit cards. This short video explores several epayment options, including online payment pages for clients. Some other tips are in the post that follows.
Today’s Times Demonstrate That Lawyers Must Accept Electronic Payments (May 12, 2020)