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Make a Payment or Deposit

We accept credit card payments as a courtesy to our clients.  You will incur no additional cost when paying by credit card.

When you select a link below, you will be redirected to a secure payment processing site.  We partner with LawPay, a credit card processing service, to provide this payment option to our clients.  LawPay utilizes the latest security protocols to ensure that your credit card transactions are safe and secure.

Pay an Invoice

You will be required to enter an invoice number to process your payment.  It is important that all the required information be entered accurately to assure your payment is applied correctly. 

Click here to pay invoice.

Advance Deposits to a Trust Account

It is important to note the following: 

1. An advance deposit to a trust account DOES NOT secure legal representation.  You must be in possession of an engagement letter executed by a lawyer of Vandeventer Black LLP.

2. It is of the utmost importance that advance deposits be made into the proper state trust account.  If you are unsure which link to use please contact your attorney.

Click here to make an advance deposit into a Virginia trust account.

Click here to make an advance deposit into a North Carolina trust account.

Should you encounter problems with your payment, please contact our accounting department at 757.446.8650.


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