At any time during a bankruptcy case, our clients will need to make payments online. Those payments could be for our attorney’s fees to start the case, or to a Chapter 13 trustee for plan payments.
While many people still prefer to pay us in person, we have the means to make a payment online in the same way that someone calling or using a debit card in person would. We use a program called LawPay and it allows us to accept payments. This is particularly useful for our clients who are unwilling or unable to reach one of our four conveniently located offices to make a payment. To make a payment for our attorney’s fees, you can go to www.kansascitybankruptcy.com/pay-wm-law
For Chapter 13 trustees, the Kansas and Missouri trustees’ offices offer online payment options. For those who don’t make Chapter 13 plan payments by payroll order, this is almost always more reliable than mailing a payment and having to wait for checks to clear. If you need the instructions to set up those payments, please contact us and we will provide you with the easy links.
Note: While not available yet, we understand that Chapter 12 clients who pay through a trustee (such as those in Kansas) will soon be able to pay online as well. That would be a huge benefit, as many family farmers and fishermen make significant annual or quarterly payments on a plan.
We respect the hard work of the US Postal Service, but we have found that, especially during the holidays, it takes longer for mail to receive. That means a delay on your case and payments in limbo. We don’t want that. Plan to pay online and save time if you can’t come see us. Thanks again for making your payments and happy holidays!
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