Your payments are applied to the most outstanding (oldest) invoice first before applying any payments to more recent invoices.
Your Accounts Receivable Representative is available during working hours to answer any questions you might have regarding your account.
This isn’t difficult to do at all! You just need to let our office know and come in for a consult for this new matter and sign a new contract.
Most of our contracts allow for 30 days from when you receive your invoice for you to put in writing what line items you are disputing.
Yes! You can pay online via our website; just click on “Pay Online” near the top.
Once we have prepared your final bill, if there is indeed a credit, any unused funds are refunded back to you.
Yes! Be aware we charge for printing copies and postage. We strive to print as little as possible as it saves trees and helps your wallet.
Depending on where your case is at, if there is nothing pending to where we will have to contact you if you are not following your contract we cannot guarantee that your lawyer will contact you.
Unlike other law firms who require payments in advance, we allow our clients to pay for services after they have already been rendered. Because we offer this the interest helps
We will always try to work with our clients and get them back on track! We offer payment plans to help more people have access to the legal system.
Here at Naidu Law we have hourly billing. Examples of things we bill for are; telephone conversations, text messages, emails, consults, drafting, drive time, hearings, out-of-pocket expenses, etc. The easiest
We strongly encourage our clients to not skip payments as skipping them means you have to double up the following month and that can be financially challenging. All clients need
You sure can! This is one of the best ways to make sure you are staying current on your contracted payments.
All monthly invoices are share through Clio which is our Practice Management Software. We do this because Clio is secure and it ensures your information remains confidential. Your Username will
Absolutely! Contact your Account Receivable Clerk and they will be happy to discuss changing your payment date and frequency with you.