As a courtesy to our clients, our firm now offers online payments through LawPay. You may make payments through Camden Law’s website with confidence. We have partnered with LawPay credit card processing services to accept credit card payments safely and securely for our clients.
By clicking the links below, you will be redirected to our secure payment portal and away from www.camdenlaw.com to process your transaction. To pay an invoice, simply click on the Pay Your Invoice image below. If you are paying a retainer, click on the Pay Your Retainer image below. To ensure you have reached a secure page, you will see “https://” at the beginning of the URL in your browser’s address field. You will be able to specify the amount of your payment on that page. We do ask that you provide your invoice number in order to track your payment properly. If you do not have an invoice number, please enter your first and last name in that field.
REMINDER: If you would like an email confirmation of your payment to Camden Law LLP through LawPay, be sure and provide your email address in the box provided on the form. This is not a required field on the form, but necessary for you to receive an email payment confirmation.
If you have any questions about payment by credit card online, please feel free to contact the firm by telephone.
NOTICE: It is the policy of Camden Law LLP and our online credit card processor, LawPay, to respect the privacy of our customers and the people and companies doing business through our service. As such, all information presented here WILL NOT be sold or distributed to any party other than LawPay.
A payment DOES NOT create an attorney-client relationship and one should not be inferred by the recipient. Such relationship may only be created by both a written attorney fee agreement with Camden Law LLP, signed by the attorney and client, and by payment of agreed upon terms outlined in the agreement.
PLEASE NOTE, IF YOU HAVE A PAYMENT TO MAKE TOWARDS AN INVOICE, BUT YOU ALSO WANT TO REPLENISH YOUR TRUST, PLEASE DO TWO SEPARATE TRANSACTIONS. ONE TO PAY YOUR INVOICE, AND ONE TO PAY YOUR RETAINER. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR COOPERATION.