Invoicing FAQ

Payment Options. Clients may remit payment to KLG P.C. by check, cash, or credit card (Visa, MC, Discover, or AMEX). Checks may be remitted by mail or in person; payment by cash may be made in person at our office. If you need a printable credit card form to remit payment, please click here: Credit Card Form.

Grace Period and Late Fees. Although we ask clients to remit payment immediately, payment is subject to a grace period of thirty days from the date of the issuance of the invoice. After thirty days from invoicing, payments are subject to a 6% late fee; after ninety days, payments are subject to a 10% late fee. Subject to the sole discretion of the firm, KLG P.C. reserves the right to cease work on your case until outstanding balances are paid.

Expenses. KLG charges costs with respect to expenses incurred on behalf of clients (such as the purchase of goods or items for a client, mail exceeding the cost of first class mail, travel expenses, filing fees, etc.). KLG P.C. does not add a surcharge for these services; some expenses, however, may be subject to a Pennsylvania sales tax rate of 6%. If we have incurred any direct expenses on your behalf, we will apply payments to these expenses first, with the remainder to be applied to the remainder of the invoice.

Credits to Your Account. Where you have a pre-existing credit on your account (due to prepayment, credi to your account, maintained funds with KLG P.C., or a retainer), we will automatically deduct such funds from your account for the purpose of payment. We will continue to provide a bill for your records of work performed.

Questions. If you have any questions about payment, please contact your managing attorney to address. We thank you for your business.

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