Proudly Powering Payments for Oklahoma County Bar Association Members

LawPay takes pride in being the preferred payment solution provider for members of the Oklahoma County Bar Association and is committed to helping attorneys across central Oklahoma boost their bottom line with trusted payment technology. Our innovative, user-friendly software allows you to easily and securely accept credit and eCheck payments online, in your office, or even at the courthouse. Not only that, because LawPay was developed specifically for law practices, earned and unearned fees are correctly separated and IOLTA accounts are safeguarded against third-party debiting

The LawPay Difference

Complete IOLTA compliance, with earned and unearned fees correctly separated and no third-party debiting.

Superior data protection with advanced encryption systems and level 1 PCI compliance, keeping sensitive information safe.

Integrated online payments with more than 30 of Oklahoma attorneys' favorite legal software solutions.

Trusted by more than 50,000 law firms and 150,000 legal professionals nationwide.

LawPay was easy to set up and we find it to be very user-friendly. We're able to use it at the front desk and in accounting as well as adding a link to our emails where clients can make a payment. I highly recommend using LawPay.

Brinkley Walser Stoner

Trust account protection by LawPay

Committed to IOLTA compliance

LawPay was the first online payment solution developed specifically for lawyers. Not only does LawPay prevent commingling of earned and unearned funds, it also protects your trust account against any third-party – ensuring compliance with ABA and IOLTA account rules.

Enjoy the peace of mind that only comes with using a payment solution developed exclusively for law firms.

The preferred payment partner for attorneys in Oklahoma County

Offer clients the option to pay for their legal fees in installments, while you receive the full invoiced amount at the start of an engagement.

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