Flexible Payment Methods

Please Note: Many of these payment methods are unavailable for our residential and commercial real estate closing clients. Additional details on acceptable payments are provided at the start of each closing transaction.

Personal, Bank or Cashier Check

We are happy to accept checks, whether personal or certified, as payment for legal services. For payments into trust, please make the check out to “Capital City Law Trust Account”. For all other payments, please make the check out to “Capital City Law”.

Credit/Debit Card

Capital City Law is happy to accept payment by debit and credit card through our secure third-party platform, LawPay. Individual payment links will be sent to clients which allow for direct payment into our IOLTA Trust Account or General Account as appropriate.

Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin Core, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin)

As of January 1, 2018, Capital City Law is pleased to accept common cryptocurrencies as payment for legal services through our secure third-party platform, CoinBase Commerce. All payments will be immediately converted to U.S. Dollars upon receipt and applied toward current and future legal fees.

Similar to the credit/debit card payment option above, a secure link will be sent which will allow for easy and secure cryptocurrency payment.


We are happy to accept cash as payment for legal services. Please notify our office if you intend to make any cash payments over $1,000 so appropriate arrangements can be made.

Pro Bono Legal Services

Please Note: As of April 1, 2018, Capital City Law is not currently accepting additional pro bono clients so that our current pro bono clients can receive the attention they deserve. This notice will be removed as existing pro bono cases are resolved.

Capital City Law is committed to the spirit and letter of Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1, and encourages all attorneys in the office to commit at least fifty (50) hours of pro bono publico legal services per year. For Capital City Law, this work includes:

  1. Representation without fee to persons of limited means,
  2. Representation without fee of North Carolina charitable organizations, and
  3. Participation in activities for improving the law, the legal system or the legal profession.