Work Is Only Performed Under the Supervision and Instruction of Licensed Attorneys
PAYMENT POLICY AND TERMS
SOME PREPAYMENTS ARE REQUIRED: Some projects will require an initial deposit before work is scheduled to begin, the office administrator and supervising attorney will be notified in advance of such projects.
PLEASE NOTE: On some occasions e-filing fees are non-refundable. Once your document is e-filed, if you change your mind or decide you want to withdraw your application, your e-filing fee may or may not be refunded or reimbursed by the e-filing service of the court, if applicable. However, eParalegal Solutions LLC is not responsible for any e-filing fees assessed by the courts.
APPLICABLE STATE & LOCAL SALES TAXES:
PAYMENT VIA CREDIT CARDS & PAYPAL INVOICES:
All online payments are processed via credit card or PayPal.
NOTE: Charges will appear on your statements as Vivian Vernell Enterprises. Upon completion of your service, an invoice will be e-mailed to you with a link to pay for same services. You have the option to pay the invoice via Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, e-Check or Bank Transfer.
PAYMENT VIA CHECK OR MONEY ORDER:
Business checks, cashiers checks, or money orders are also acceptable forms of payment and should be made payable to Adrienne Vernell Hughes, eParalegal Solutions LLC with a notation in the memo section detailing the client and date of service. Federal Employer Identification Number [FEIN] will be provided to you during the on-boarding process.
Please note, fees for cashing checks may be assessed by your financial institution; fees for returned checks or uncollected money orders may be assessed by our financial institution, in turn, these fees will be charged back to you and may include a 30% re-processing fee.
*Upon receipt of your initial request for work, a Contractor's Agreement will be provided to you. This agreement is to be executed and returned before work can begin on any project. Subsequent work requests within the same firm or on the same case will not require a new Contractor Agreement.