The best in payment processing, exclusively for attorneys.
You have worked too hard to take a chance on just any credit card processor. LawPay spent over 10 years building a credit card acceptance program that completely meets the unique needs of attorneys’ trust and operating accounts.
As a result, we are the only program available through the American Bar Association’s Member Advantage Program.
We keep you 100% compliant. Guaranteed.
IOLTA guidelines and the ABA Rules of Professional Conduct require attorneys to accept credit cards correctly. We guarantee complete separation of earned and unearned fees, giving you the confidence and peace of mind that your transactions are always handled the right way.See how it works
40 state bars and the ABA agree, LawPay is the right choice.
We worked closely with our bar partners, their ethics committees, and their practice management divisions to ensure our program meets every need for attorneys accepting credit cards. We are proud of our exclusive status as a member benefit to 40 state bars, 50 local and metro bar associations, and the American Bar Association.See our endorsements
“We spent three years vetting LawPay against their competitors. In the end, it was the only choice.”
Director, Programs Division and CLE The Florida Bar
- 1.95% & 20¢ per transaction
- No swipe required
- No equipment needed
Let’s get started.
Fill out all of the fields to create your LawPay account.
You’ve got it! Our team of Certified Payments Professionals have the latest knowledge on PCI Compliance, chargeback prevention, and merchant account best practices.
Did you know?
We also work with ACH and eCheck programs, reprogram existing terminals, provide card swipe options, and more.
Still have questions?
Find answers in our FAQ.
“The folks at LawPay made it extremely simple to start accepting credit cards. Our clients appreciate having the opportunity to pay with credit cards. The system is very easy to use and I always recommend it to other law offices.”
Hill Ducloux Carnes & de la Garza
Austin Bar Association, Former President