Payment Portal

StephensonLaw accepts credit card payments as a courtesy to our clients. We provide online payment options so that our clients can manage their attorney fees and costs and pay their invoices safely and conveniently online. Clients may remit invoice payments by accepting the terms and conditions and clicking the "Pay My Invoice" button at the bottom of the page.

Invoice Payment

Existing clients who wish to pay their StephensonLaw invoice should do so via the Payment Portal. Please note, you may only pay one invoice per transaction and you must have an accurate invoice number. For example, if you wish to pay two invoices, then you would need to carry out two separate online payments with each payment referencing the particular invoice number.

This service is for existing clients ONLY. Please enter the invoice number as it appears on your invoice. If a payment cannot be matched to an existing account by an invoice number, we reserve the right to reject the charge. Please note that, due to bank processing times, it may take 2-3 business days before your account reflects your payment.

Retainer Payment

For new clients, or existing clients with a new legal issue, StephensonLaw accepts credit card payments for retainers as well. Retainers must be made over the phone with a representative or in person. If you wish to make such a payment, please call our office during regular business hours to speak to one of our representatives who will be pleased to accept your information over the phone. You can also make a payment in person at the offices of StephensonLaw. Please note, that most retainer payments must be associated with the receipt of a retainer letter, contract, or agreement executed by you and by an authorized representative of StephensonLaw.

Pay My Invoice

* You should not pay any advanced fee to the trust account through this online payment. By clicking 'Pay My Invoice' you understand the following: You should only submit payment through this website if you have received a communication from StephensonLaw about the amount due or to be paid. Such earned fees will be placed in the operating account. No attorney-client relationship will be formed by sending payment unless you have received information from StephensonLaw about payment.