Citrix ShareFile for Document Sharing
Citrix ShareFile is an online system that allows us to securely and easily share files with our clients. It is a password protected space. New clients receive an email providing them with the activation link. Once the link is activated, clients are able to see correspondence, pleadings, and discovery associated with their files at our law firm. Clients will receive an email notification each time a document is uploaded to ShareFile.
Please note that although clients are able to upload their own documents into ShareFile, attorneys and paralegals do not receive any notification from ShareFile that a document has been uploaded by the client. If a client is using ShareFile to send documents to the attorneys and paralegals, he or she must also send an email advising the attorneys and paralegals of same.
Pay Your Invoice by Credit Card with LawPay or through Practice Panther Portal
We accept credit card payments as a courtesy to our clients. We use LawPay, a credit card processing service provided for law firms, which has been endorsed by the American Bar Association and The Florida Bar. LawPay uses the latest security protocols to ensure that your credit card transactions are safe and secured. Online credit card payments may be made in two ways:
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Go to your client Billing Portal to view your invoices, payments and trust balances and to make a credit card payment that will automatically post to your account. (preferred method)
As with ShareFile, new clients will receive an invitation to create a Practice Panther account. This account can be used to view invoices, payments, trust balances, and any critical dates and calendar events shared with you by the firm.
For prospective clients, please note that payment of a retainer alone is not sufficient to retain the law firm. The only way you can retain Adrian Philip Thomas, P.A. is by signing an engagement agreement that is also executed by an authorized representative of Adrian Philip Thomas, P.A. and by paying the required retainer at that time.