Our firm accepts these methods of payments:
We accept most major credit cards as well was debit cards, money orders, personal & cashiers checks, but we do not accept cash unless otherwise specified by our Managing Attorney Mark Wesbrooks.
The credit cards that we currently accept for payments are:
- American Express
Payments that are not accepted by our firm are:
- Prepaid Gift Cards
- Prepaid Credit Cards
- Overseas Credit Cards
- Electronic Cards
We are proud to announce that we now take payments online via our online payment gateway. We must note however that if you are paying on your bankruptcy case, NO CREDIT CARDS are to be used at anytime. Our firm does accept payments for your bankruptcy case via debit cards where the funds are electronically taken out of your personal checking or savings accounts. All other cases that we may work on with you should be able to accept any method of payment that our payment gateway allows. If you have questions or not sure if you can make payments easily online, call (512) 387-6383 to make sure. To make an online payment simply look to the upper left hand side of this website (on all pages) and click “Pay My Bill” to be directed to our payment gateway.
Checks & Money Order instructions:
In some cases we may not accept personal checks, this is up to the firm and its discretion. We do however accept payments through cashiers checks and money orders and your account will be credited once we have received your payment, but never earlier.
When making checks out to the firm, please make them out to “Wesbrooks Law Offices, PLLC” and send these checks to:
Wesbrooks Law Offices
7000 MoPac Expy., Suite 200
Austin, TX 78731
Payments when filing a case:
- When making any filing through the court, we only accept money orders or cashiers checks. Personal checks cannot be used.
- If we are helping you through your bankruptcy case no credit cards are to be used at anytime for any method of payment. We do however accept payments through a debit card where the money is directly taken from your checking or savings account.
- As mentioned above, whenever we are working on a case for you specific to bankruptcy any fees from the court will need to paid via a cashiers check or money order.