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Payment FAQ’s

What ways can you provide us with funds?

  • By cheque. (Please make cheques payable to “Humphries Kirk LLP”)
  • By internet banking/bank transfer (please contact us to obtain our bank details)
  • Cash up to a maximum of £500. It is the LLP’s policy to accept cash from clients up to £500 per matter. Cash beyond this limit will be rejected.
  • By credit or debit card in person, in one of our branches. Please quote our reference in card transactions.

Please note – we do not accept credit card payments for part payment of a deposit or the purchase price of a property.

Is there a limit on the amount that can be paid by debit or credit card?

Debit/Credit cards can be used up to a limit of £5,000 per client, per matter except for payment of Humphries Kirk bills where there will be no limit.

How long does it take for funds to clear?

At present it is taking 3 working days for card payments to clear. We cannot use the funds until they have cleared. If funds are needed sooner you should consider using internet banking to transfer the money as this is faster.

What can I pay online?

Online Payments can be used for a variety of payments including:

  • 1. Paying Humphries Kirk bills
  • 2. Money on account of fees
  • 3. Money on account of disbursements – search, court or counsels fees
  • 4. Settlement monies in dispute/employment cases

This list is not exhaustive. If you have any queries about a particular payment please contact us for further assistance.

As stated above, we do not accept credit card payments for any part of the consideration of the purchase prices of a property transaction. In the event of funds being received in breach of our policy, we will have to return then and you will be charged an admin fee of £50 plus VAT.

What cards can be used online?

We accept all major debit and credit cards with the exception of American Express or Diners Cards.

Purpose of online payments?

This facility provides more flexibility for paying bills or providing monies on account. Payments are able to be made 24 hours a day.

If you have any questions, please contact the person dealing with your matter.

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