This integration will allow users to link their LawPay account to MyCase. Once connected, users can take advantage of the full breadth of MyCase's billing and invoicing functionality, all while using LawPay's processor.
How do I set up the integration?
If you are not a LawPay customer, you may sign up for an account here. Once you have an account, proceed with the following steps:
Go to the Integrations & Apps page in MyCase and click "connect to LawPay" on our LawPay integration card.
Login to your LawPay account by entering your username and password.
Designate which of your accounts in LawPay are trust or operating in MyCase. Then, click to connect.
Please note that if you have more than one trust and/or operating account in LawPay, you will need to contact email@example.com to add these additional accounts to MyCase.
You're all set! You can leverage various features, workflows, and reports in MyCase for billing and invoicing, all while your LawPay account processes these transactions.
ClientCredit [Early Limited Access]
What is it?
ClientCredit is a legal fee lending solution exclusively available through LawPay. With ClientCredit, you receive the full invoiced amount at the start of an engagement while still being able to offer clients the option to pay a loan for legal fees in automated installments.
Read our ClientCredit FAQ for attorneys here and our ClientCredit FAQ for clients here. Or, visit our ClientCredit site.
Do I have to actively enable ClientCredit on MyCase even if I already have it enabled in LawPay?
Yes. At this time, you will need to opt in to ClientCredit on your MyCase account.
After I opt to add ClientCredit to MyCase, how will I know when it has been added to my account?
You will receive an email stating that ClientCredit has been added as a payments option for your clients.
What will my clients see?
When your client submits payment, they will see a Pay Later option on the MyCase pay pages. This will prompt them to begin an application for a loan via our lending partner, Affirm.
How will I know when I have received payment via ClientCredit?
Payments received via ClientCredit will display in the Transactions tab of your LawPay account, just like any other payment transaction. These payments will be marked with "ClientCredit" under the Accounts column.
Will payments made via ClientCredit automatically appear in MyCase?
Currently, these payments will only be reflected in your LawPay account.