Need Assistance Paying for a South Carolina Lawyer? Financing Legal Fees
You deserve the attention and legal advice of an experienced criminal lawyer in South Carolina.
Financial uncertainty should not impede your ability to obtain the proper representation you need and deserve for a serious DUI or felony charge in York County, S.C.
"When your liberties and freedom are in jeopardy, you should have an experienced, compassionate lawyer standing by your side in court. Financing legal fees provides an additional option to retain the lawyer of your choice."
- Chris Beddow, South Carolina Criminal Defense Attorney
Mr. Beddow provides sound legal advice coupled with zealous advocacy and hard work to protect your interests.
He also wants to make his legal services accessible and affordable to clients for South Carolina cases.
At Powers Law Firm PA, we accept several different methods of payment for legal services for South Carolina, including debit cards, credit cards, money orders, cash, cashier’s checks and/or personal checks.
Mr. Beddow also provides payment plan options for Legal Fees.
To make our South Carolina legal services more available and affordable, our law firm now offers the opportunity to choose legal fee financing through a third-party vendor.Financing Legal Fees: Affordable, Quality Legal Representation
At Powers Law Firm PA, we have a working relationship with ePay Management as an outside, third-party vendor.
ePay Management can assist individuals with financing options for legal fees of $1,000 or more.
If you need financing for South Carolina criminal charges (felony or misdemeanor), DUI charges in York County, or a SC DMV issue, ePay Management may be able to assist you.
The qualification process involves a “soft application.” In fact, applying with ePay Management will not affect your credit score.Financing Legal Fees through ePay Management
ePay Management provides a network of different lenders for legal fee financing. Pursuant to their multi-lender program you may qualify for $1,000 up to $50,000 to pay legal fees.
ePay Management works with people with credit scores as low as 550 or higher. If your credit score does not meet that threshold, friends and family may apply for financing on your behalf.
ePay management terms may include up to 60 months (5 years) with interest rates varying from 5.99% to 35.99%. Interest rates depend on income and credit score, subject to state and/or federal credit laws.
ePay Management works with 9 different lenders and will give you an prompt answer/response regarding financing legal fees.
Acceptance is subject to your credit score and income.Disbursement: How Do I Get the Money to Pay Legal Fees?
ePay Management offers the opportunity to retain the lawyer of your choice, and the legal representation you need and deserve.
If approved, funds from the lender are paid directly to you, not the firm.
When you receive the financing for legal fees, you pay our law firm any remaining balance on the True Retainer and/or legal fees within 48-hours.Disclaimer – Important Information to Consider
ePay Management is not part of Powers Law Firm PA. ePay Management is a third-party vendor and a separate business and legal entity.
Our law firm, the Powers Law Firm PA, has an ongoing business relationship with ePay Management.
Attorney Chris Beddow is the sole attorney authorized and licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina. Mr. Beddow is also licensed in the State of North Carolina.
As such, Mr. Beddow is responsible setting and explaining legal fees for legal matters in South Carolina. Mr. Beddow is responsible for the content on this website for South Carolina legal matters.
The Powers Law Firm PA and our criminal defense attorneys are not involved in the financing process in any way. We do not make application for financing legal fees, nor do we accept payment from ePay Management.
As such ePay Management is solely responsible for the loan application, lender practices, and the loan approval process involving 9 or more potential lenders. Loan origination, structure of the loan, fees, and collection procedures are between you and ePay Management, not the Powers Law Firm, PA.
We do advise and recommend you completely review all supporting documentation associated with obtaining legal financing, including any guidelines to obtain financing of legal fees, lender rules, and all written agreements prior to agreeing to any terms and/or entering into a contractual relationship with ePay Management, the Crowdnetic Corporation, FlexxBuy LLC, and any lender affiliated with ePay Management and/or its lender affiliates.
Whether to use ePay or any other financing is your decision alone. You are not required to obtaining legal financing to retain our firm for Criminal Charges in South Carolina or any other legal matter in South Carolina for which you retain Mr. Chris Beddow for legal representation.
We further recommend you and/or any other person associated with obtaining a financial loan and borrowing funds to pay legal fees make sure they fully understand the terms and conditions of any loan, including all financial responsibilities pursuant to any loan before entering into a loan agreement, signing any documents, or otherwise contracting with a third-party vendor in obtaining legal fee financing or any other financial relationship with a lender.
Make sure any loan to pay legal fees meets your personal financial condition and further that you fully and completely understand the terms and conditions of the loan agreement.
Neither Powers Law Firm PA nor Mr. Chris Beddow serve as your lawyer regarding obtaining financing from ePay Management and its affiliate lenders. Powers Law Firm PA and Mr. Beddow also do not provide legal advice regarding your legal rights, duties, and/or responsibilities in obtaining financing for legal services.