Alderman & Alderman - Hartford, Connecticut
Alderman & Alderman, LLC,
              Results Oriented Legal Solutions - Connecticut Trial


Like many other law firms, Alderman & Alderman, LL uses Lawpay to provide clients a safe and convenient way to pay bills and deposit trust funds with industry leading security.     At this time, Lawpay limits  transactions to $5,000/transaction.   For payments above $5,000, Lawpay recommends processing one transaction per day.   For transactions in excess of $20,000 we recommend payment by bank-initiated ACH or wire transfer.


Alderman & Alderman, LLC accepts eChecks via LawyPay as a safe, secure, and convenient way to pay your invoices.      While we also accept  Visa and Mastercard, payment by  e-check is preferred. 

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For payments of retainers, or other trust deposits to the firm's IOLTA Client's fund account, please use the link below.  For payments by eCheck please add $2.00 for the bank processing fee.  For payment by Credit Card, please add 2.25% for the credit card processing fee, so that the intended net amount is deposited into the trust account.  

Trust Deposit

If you are missing any required information or need help making a payment, please contact our accounting department by phone 860-249-0090 or email


  Hartford New Haven  |  New York

AV Rating 5 out of 5 from Martindale Hubbell  
            American Bar Association - Business Law Section
            American Bankruptcy Institute
            Connecticut Bar Association

            Law Leage of America

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