LawPay and TrustBooks announce new integration
Austin, Texas, October 2, 2017 — TrustBooks and LawPay are excited to announce a new technology integration. As the leaders in trust accounting software, TrustBooks’ mission is to simplify trust accounting and help attorneys manage client accounts while staying compliant with their state bars. By partnering with LawPay, the preferred online payment solution for the legal industry, fulfilling this mission is easier than ever.
Users who process payments through LawPay will see these transactions automatically pulled into their TrustBooks account and grouped together to match the deposit in their bank account. This will save users time in two ways: transactions will automatically be pulled into TrustBooks, so attorneys won’t have to re-enter data or run additional reports, and it will simplify their end-of-month reconciliation.
“We wanted to partner with the payment solution that attorneys know and trust,” said Tom Boyle, Co-Founder at TrustBooks. “Our users exude the same enthusiasm and emotion for LawPay that they do for TrustBooks. When we see that sort of excitement for a company, we know that they are going the extra mile to deliver an amazing experience.”
The new integration is the perfect combination for both LawPay and TrustBooks users. There are two steps that attorneys need to manage when depositing credit card transactions into their trust account—they need a payment solution that understands trust accounting to keep them compliant with their state bar, and they need to be able to simply record and reconcile those transactions. LawPay handles step one, and TrustBooks takes care of step two.
“We’re thrilled to work with a partner that shares our vision of providing best-in-class services and products that are essential for modern attorneys,” said Amy Porter, CEO and Founder of LawPay.
TrustBooks makes trust accounting drop-dead simple. TrustBooks helps solo practitioners and small law firms easily manage and reconcile their law firm’s trust activity while staying in-compliance with their state bar.
LawPay was developed specifically to provide a sophisticated payment solution for legal professionals. The LawPay platform contractually protects your client funds by restricting the ability of any third-party from debiting monies from a Trust or IOLTA account. LawPay is proudly recommended by 47 state bar associations, trusted by more than 40,000 firms, and is the only payment solution offered through the ABA Advantage program.