Payment Page

You can make payment through Morris Law Group’s website with confidence. We have partnered with LawPay credit card payment services to accept credit card payments safely and securely for our clients.

LawPay adheres to strict military grade standards for payment processing, including: 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology for secure Internet Protocol (IP) transactions; industry leading encryption hardware and software methods and security protocols to protect customer information; compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). For additional information regarding the privacy of your sensitive cardholder data, please read the
LawPay Privacy Policy.


Pay Your Invoice with LawPay

By clicking the above link, you will be redirected to our secure payment portal away from www.law-morris.com to process your transaction. To ensure you have reached a secure page, you will see “https://” at the beginning of the URL in your browser’s address field. You will be able to specify the amount of your payment on that page. Due to your bank’s processing times, it may take 2-3 days before your account reflects your payment. We ask for your invoice number so the firm can track payments properly. If you do not have an invoice number please enter your last name in that field. 

Reminder:  If you would like an email confirmation of your payment to Morris Law Group through LawPay, be sure and provide your email address in the box provided on the form. This is not a required field on the form but is necessary for you to receive an email confirmation.

If you have any questions about paying by credit card, please feel free to contact us by telephone.


Notice: It is the policy of Morris Law Group and our online credit card processor, LawPay, to respect the privacy of its customers and the people doing business through its service. As such all information presented here WILL NOT be sold or distributed to any party other than LawPay, the merchant we have currently elected to do business with.

A payment does not create an attorney-client relationship and one should not be inferred by the recipient.  Such a relationship may only be created by both a written retainer agreement with Morris Law Group, signed by the attorney and potential client, and payment of agreed upon fees.