Paying Your Bill
Our office has several options that provide our Southern Maryland clients with the opportunity to pay their bill, or to pay for their scheduled consultation fee, for easy convenience. These methods are all dependent on what they are paying: be it a flat rate fee, an invoice or statement, or a consultation fee. These options include cash, check, and a debt or credit card.
Coming In For a Consultation or Appointment?
If you have scheduled a consultation with our office, and have been informed of a consultation fee, and want to pay this fee before coming in for your appointment, we are happy to accept a secure online payment. Please click on the 'Make Payment' button seen below to complete your transaction.
Mailing In Payments
If you are unable to make it into the office or cannot call during our normal business hours of Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and would like to make a payment on your billing statement or invoice by check, please make checks payable to 'Fanning Law, LLC,' before mailing the check to our mailing address, not our physical address. For your convenience, our mailing address is below:
P.O. Box 398
La Plata, Maryland 20646
Pay Your Balance Online
We now accept online payments for your convenience! Along with the traditional in-person payment options of cash, check, or debt and credit cards, mailing in a check, or calling the office to provide your credit card information or your authorization for a payment on a debt or credit card on file, you can now complete debt or credit card transactions online from anywhere you have internet access!
If you have received your monthly statement from our office, and would like to pay the balance(s) due online, please use the links provided in your monthly statement to complete the payment process, but be mindful of what you are being requested to pay by looking closely at what amount is being requested. If you have both a retainer and balance due, we do provide two separate secure payment links in your billing statement to make two different payments, one to pay towards your balance owed and one to pay towards your retainer. Separate transactions are required for the balance(s), and are dependent on which balance you are attempting to pay.
Paying Your Retainer or Invoice?
Making a payment for the correct balance is important! Each button below will take you to a payment page that will request your debt or credit card information, and the amount you intend to pay on the account. Fill out all fields, and then submit the payment. You will receive an electronic receipt for the completed transaction.
Retainer payments should be made using the 'Pay Retainer' button below. Accordingly, Invoice payments should be made using the 'Pay Invoice' button below.
If you have any questions regarding your bill, or about which account balance you are paying, please contact our office for more information.