DuBois Law has made financing options a reality. Get the Representation you deserve with Payments you can afford.
Legal Financing by ePay Management
Legal Fees can be expensive depending on the type of criminal case one has pending.
DuBois Law is pleased to announce that in an effort to help families afford quality representation when they need it the most, DuBois Law now has a relationship with ePay Management which will allow our clients to easily find outside third-party financing of legal fees.
ePay Management provides a multi-lender platform that delivers financing offers direct to the client for up to $50,000. They can approve individuals with credits scores as low as 600; while offering terms for up to 60 months – with rates from 5.99% to 35.99% subject to income and credit. For many clients, this can result in a low monthly payment even on cases involving a higher retainer fee.
The client simply needs to fill out a short online application; once submitted, they may receive an immediate response of offers to meet your financial needs from up to 11 various lenders on your credit score and income. The application to qualify is a “soft inquiry” and does not affect your credit score.
Funds come directly to you so you can pay the balance of your retainer and/or flat fee and have the representation you deserve for a payment you can easily afford. Once you receive the funds, you can then pay the agreed upon flat fee or retainer to DuBois Law. Please note that DuBois Law, requires payment of the agreed upon fee within 48 hours of the client's receipt of funds.
In the event the actual client doesn't qualify for financing, please know that family or friends may also apply for financing on the client's behalf.
ePay Management is a third-party vender with which DuBois Law has negotiated an ongoing relationship in order to make their services easily and readily available to our clients. DuBois Law has no other function in the financing process. DuBois Law is not responsible for the application process, loan origination, loan structure, collection procedures, not any other aspect of lender practices for any applicant. DuBois Law strongly recommends thoroughly reviewing all lawsuit funding lender rules, guidelines, and agreements prior to entering into any business relationship with ePay Management, or any lender. As is the case with any financial loan transaction, the borrower should make sure he or she understands every aspect of their financial responsibilities regarding any loan prior to entering into any loan agreement and that the loan agreement suits the individual's personal financial situation.