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Let's face it, the fees for your service as an attorney are expensive. So if you don't accept credit card payments, you're missing out on a large group of potential clients.
But every day we're seemingly bombarded by some new credit card payment service or technology. How do you know which one is the best for you?
Like with all things dealing with the law, the answer is that "it depends." Most of the large credit card payment services for attorneys provide the basic tools you need -- the ability to enter a client's credit card information and collect money. So in choosing the best service for you, you will have to consider other factors. Here is a look at three of the top credit card payment services for attorneys, as compiled by Attorney at Work:
There is no "right" credit card payment service for all attorneys. All of the above-mentioned services have their pros and cons and you will have to weigh these for yourself. But for the basic credit card transaction, any of these services will do the job.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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