Online Payments for Law Firms

Offer multiple payment options to your clients


Most law firms have full-time staff dedicated to managing the firm’s billing and accounts receivable–mailing, receiving and processing invoices and paper checks, but client expectations have changed and with QuickFee’s online payment portal, your firm can begin integrating online payments into your invoices, statements, email signatures and website. Clients can choose from 3 payment options – resulting in better cash flow and lower receivables.


Avoid the paper pile up and speed up collection time with direct ACH payments from your client’s bank account to yours.

Credit Card

Start accepting credit cards without merchant fees (Subject to state or federal regulations) and save.

Monthly Payments

Let your clients finance their balance over a 3 – 12 month period while you get paid upfront & in full.

QuickFee has been a very useful tool in assisting our clients financially when they become involved in litigation or need additional time to pay large balances, which also aides our firm's cash flow. QuickFee is always very helpful, responsive, and flexible to our client’s needs - taking the pressure off both parties and letting us get back to work.


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  • Start-Ups

  • Corporate Advice

  • Dispute Resolution

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  • Real Estate

  • Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Technology

What is Monthly Payment Options and How Does It Work?


Monthly Payment Options is a tool law firms use to give clients an opportunity to pay their invoices over monthly installments, while firms are paid upfront and in full. Because QuickFee acts as a “silent middle-man,” it becomes an additional line of credit for clients, resulting in immediate cash flow relief for clients and the firm! Most importantly, clients value choice and QuickFee allows you to offer options that optimize your cash flow.

Please note that monthly payment options are not available for Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Law, or any other consumer related matters. QuickFee is a commercial lender and does not hold consumer credit licenses.

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