We really do appreciate your payment.
Payment of our invoice is due in full seven days after the date of the invoice.
If for any reason you are unable to make full payment, you should call the staff member handling your file, or our office manager to discuss a short term solution.
Where we have negotiated an alternative payment plan (complex/ongoing files) there is generally a requirement to make a monthly payment or progressive payments at agreed periods and this should have been discussed with you.
The Partner, Consultant, Solicitor or Legal Executive working on your file is available to discuss your payments should a need arise and you just need to contact our offices to speak to them.
The easiest way to make a payment to us is by electronic bank transfer to:
Staley Cardoza Lawyers Trust Account 12-3196-0017771-02 (ASB)
Ensure that you name and reference your payment so we can correctly identify and process it. You should include your name, the invoice number and the six figure reference followed by a suffix number eg 123456-1 that can be found at the bottom of your tax invoice under the author’s signature.
For further confirmation of your payment being successful, you may wish to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling our office manager on +64 3 477 8856.
You can pay your account at our offices. However, we only accept cash and cheques. Please ask to pay your account at Reception. We are able to generate a receipt as necessary.
Funds For Settlement
If you are transferring funds to our trust account to meet a settlement date, you need to ensure that the funds are deposited at least 3 working days ahead of the scheduled settlement or that arrangements have been made for a ‘Same Day Cleared Payment’. Your acting author will further advise you of settlement funds criteria well prior to the day of settlement. Our details: Staley Cardoza Lawyers Trust Account 12-3196-0017771-02 (ASB)
In the first instance, our office manager can assist you with any initial queries but generally only of a process nature. Should you wish to discuss the construct of your invoice or the work completed then you will need to speak with the partner, consultant, solicitor or legal executive who is responsible for the work completed and fees charged.