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For ease of payment you can use a debit or credit card to pay your invoice or send money on account. Your solicitors or conveyancer will have advised you on this. However, if you are unsure of what type of payment you need to make please read the descriptions below.

Paying an Invoice

(Typically paid upon complication of your matter or after an agreed fixed period) 

An invoice is traditionally sent for non-conveyancing matters and will contain a client reference number. This will be required when making a payment. Your client reference number can be found in the top right-hand side of your invoice, in between your solicitors or conveyancers email address and the date.  

Pay an Invoice

Paying Money on Account

(Typically paid on the outset of your matter or for searches) 

Paying money on account is a term used for sending money to cover any forthcoming expenses such as land registry fees. This is usually requested at the start of matters and is not normally a large amount. Payments via this method are capped at £5000.

Pay Money On Account

The Rules

Unfortunately, we are only able to accept payments in GBP – Sterling and cannot take payment of a deposit or balance for a property transaction.

When paying an invoice, we will verify the client reference number provided against your account. We will also check the names on your account correspond with the name on the card.

If there is a discrepancy, we will contact you to resolve this before we can credit the money to your account or return the funds to you.


If you require further assistance please call 01473 229200 and a member of our team will be happy to guide you through the process.

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