Bill Payments

You can pay your invoice online using credit, debit or e-check. (Please note, e-check transactions have a $10,000 limit)

Please note that as of February 1, 2024 we will charge a processing fee of 2.95% on credit card payments. Payments made via debit card or eCheck will not be charged a processing fee.

You will need your invoice number(s) or a matter number, and payment information to complete your transaction.

If you have questions, please contact us at 206.626.6000 or via email.

To pay your invoice, you will need your invoice number(s).


To pay an advance fee deposit, you will need your matter number, if known, or the client's last name. 

Please read our Privacy Policy for details on how we handle personal information.

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