Frustration-free technologies created specifically for with attorneys in mind
With the LawPay integration, SimpleLaw’s attorney-users can accept payments in compliance with ABA and IOLTA guidelines, and receive straightforward, competitive pricing on transaction fees.
Solving the problems that attorneys and clients face in the delivery of legal services is at the heart of what we do.
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The Simple Solution for Delivering Exceptional Legal Services
When “simple” is in the name, you know exactly what you’ll get: a tool that makes it Simple for people to find and engage an attorney; Simple for attorneys to access on-demand paralegal support; and Simple for attorneys to find co-counsel or refer cases. Now with integrated electronic payments powered by LawPay, SimpleLaw offers another easy-to-use solution specific to legal professionals.
Stand Out Online
Attorneys can create a personal profile on SimpleLaw.com with no fee. Be there when potential clients research multiple attorneys in one platform, simplifying the process of finding and engaging an attorney.
Take Control of Documents
Control storage options, viewing rights, file organization, and more with legal document management. Attorneys have full control of their documents at all times.
On-demand Paralegal Support
Handle bursts in case load with ease thanks to on-demand access to vetted paralegal support through the software.
Guaranteed IOLTA Compliance
Earned and unearned fees are properly separated and your IOLTA is always protected with the LawPay integration, giving you peace of mind.
How LawPay works for you
Get the most out of LawPay and SimpleLaw
- Straightforward, competitive pricing
- No set-up or cancellation fees
- No equipment or swipe needed
- Advanced fraud protection and data encryption
- Expert in-house support
LawPay is the gold standard in online legal payment processing. As attorneys ourselves, we greatly value the ease LawPay provides to support compliance with ABA and IOLTA guidelines and we know our attorney users do, too.