We get it: legal billing is a complex process. Legal invoicing happens based on tiny increments of time, which are difficult to track, or flat fees, if you're lucky. Filing and other miscellaneous fees must be clearly separated and federal regulations dictate the way that you handle trust versus operating accounts. With so many rules, automated legal billing software can be a crucial game changer.
Make your legal services more accessible. Your clients need flexible payment options in order to afford your services. You and your bookkeeping staff need easy access to create invoices, view payment history, and share visibility with your clients in a professional manner.
That's where Invoiced can help. Our cloud-based invoicing platform that makes it easy for your legal business to get paid. We take all that complexity and boil it down to simple processes that you can set and forget. Whether you need legal billing software for your one-attorney shop or your global, multi-practice law firm, now you can easily create a better user experience for your clients and automate your legal billing and collections processes.
Book a demo now or browse the capabilities that Invoiced offers to make legal A/R easier:
Invoiced fits your legal billing needs—not the other way around. Create per-attorney invoices, build a catalog of fees, and produce accurate account statements. Our customizable legal billing platform can be adapted for nearly any type of law office or legal service.
Invoiced allows your clients to budget their legal expenses. Create and manage payment plans for ultimate flexibility and user experience. Invoiced automatically collects and tracks installments as they become due, making it easier for clients to pay and easier for your staff to manage payments.
Third party integrations make your A/R seamless. Invoiced allows you to accept client payments with the LawPay platform, to separate trust and operating funds, while automating invoice reconciliation.
Stay informed of your firm's financial health with our arsenal of reporting tools. Run reports on payment intake by attorney, balances due by clients, and cash flow forecasts. Better reporting means that you and your team can spend more time working on cases.
Want to learn how Invoiced can automate your legal billing processes?