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Policy for Refunds of Online Payments
Thank you for considering our online payment system through our website, which is processed by a secure third-party company called LawPay.
Please note that we will issue a refund/credit to any client in the event of a billing error related to an online payment, on a case-by-case basis. Please contact our office at (517) 787-9481 and ask to speak to someone about a potential billing and/or payment issue. We may require that you put your request in writing for a refund due to a billing error. Any approved refunds of online payments will be credited back to the card used to make the payment.
This policy only applies to billing errors. Refund requests for any other reason are subject to your agreement with our law firm. These disputes and/or concerns should be directed to the specific attorney handling your matter.