Take client payments quickly and securely

Enable clients to pay anytime, anywhere

Maintain cashflow by making it easier for clients to pay

Seamlessly move to operating remotely with the only online payments tool built for law firms

Legl Specific
With features like multiple accounts for office and client money, integrations with practice management systems and firm branding, Pay by Legl is tailored to your firm.
Get paid even faster
Make it even easier for clients to pay with pre-populated client payment request links for emails and invoices.
Reduce the risk of fraud and improve data security using our encrypted, SCA enabled and PCI compliant checkout.

Go live in 24 hours

No coding or in-person meetings required. Your firm can get set-up to accept payments online within 24 hours. Our UK Customer Support team is on-hand to get you started.

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Cash flow in a Covid-19 world

We’ve partnered with professional services firm, Smith & Williamson, to produce A law firm’s guide to cash flow in a Covid-19 world. Download your free copy to find out how Covid-19 has impacted law firms and what you can do now to improve your cash flow. Read the Case Study

What the Regulators say

"Neither the money laundering regulations, nor guidance require firms to see or verify original documents, so if a firm is using a technology solution to obtain and verify identification documents, they wouldn’t be required to duplicate those checks themselves by calling in originals."
Colette Best
Director of AML, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Legl Engage - Legal Onboarding
“As an alternative to face-to face documentary verification, legal practices and practitioners may adopt or further utilise electronic means of ID&V [identity and verification] where appropriate to the risks present in the client/transaction.”
Legal Services Affinity Group
includes the SRA and the Law Society
“Evidence indicates this [cryptographic combined with biometric identity solutions] to be a more reliable and secure identity check than visual passport or other identity document checks.”
Mike Harlow
General Counsel, Deputy Chief Executive and Deputy Chief Land Registrar, HM Land Registry