The Law Offices of Caroline Achey Edwards (the Firm) accepts payments of invoices and retainers by check, electronic transfer of funds (ETF) and credit card. Payments by ETF and credit card are made using a link to a payment processing page. The Firm uses LawPay for payment processing. LawPay is endorsed as a payment processor for law firms by the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association. All ETF and credit card payments must be made through LawPay.


Retainer Payments via ETF and Credit Card


All retainer payments are deposited to the Firm's IOLTA trust account. Your use of the Make Retainer Payment button below, together with your completion of information and submission of payment on the LawPay payment page, are your agreement to submit the retainer to the Firm's IOLTA account, and are a specific authorization to charge the credit card or transfer funds electronically in the amount entered. By making a retainer payment using the Make Retainer Payment button, you certify that you are an authorized user or account holder for the payment method selected. If the jurisdiction of your matter is in New Jersey, you acknowledge that the payment will be deposited in the Firm's Pennsylvania IOLTA account, subject to being transferred to the Firm's New Jersey IOLTA account.



Payments of Retainers and Invoices via Check


Checks should be made payable to The Law Offices of Caroline Achey Edwards and mailed to:


Caroline A. Edwards, Esq.

P.O. Box 1586

Newtown PA 18940


Please include the file number and invoice number in the Memo line of the check.

Payment Portal

Invoice Payments via ETF and Credit Card


All invoice payments are deposited to the Firm's operating account. Your use of the Make Invoice Payment button below, together with your completion of information and submission of payment on the LawPay payment page, are your agreement to submit the invoice payment to the Firm's operating account, and are a specific authorization to charge the credit card or transfer funds electronically in the amount entered. By making an invoice payment using the Make Invoice Payment button, you certify that you are an authorized user or account holder for the payment method selected. If the jurisdiction of your matter is in New Jersey, you acknowledge that the payment will be deposited in the Firm's Pennsylvania operating account, subject to being transferred to the Firm's New Jersey operating account.