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The information on this website is not legal advice and in no way creates an attorney-client relationship. Further, sending a request for information from this website does not create an attorney-client relationship of any kind.

 

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The Law Offices of Michael Rada, LLC  is a law firm located in Barrington, Illinois providing legal services in the areas of Family Law, Divorce, Mediation, Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Estate Planning, Divorce Mediation and General Practice. We serve clients in and near Barrington, Chicago, Lake Barrington Shores, Lake Zurich, Fox River Grove, Wauconda, Tower Lakes, Crystal Lake, Palatine, Deer Park, Cary, Inverness, Hoffman Estates, Buffalo Grove, Mundelein, Arlington Heights, Vernon Hills, Streamwood, Long Grove and throughout the state of Illinois including Cook County, DuPage County, Will County, Kane County, Lake County and McHenry County.

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Pay Your Invoice or Retainer Payment Securely Online

As a convenience to our valued clients, we offer several methods to pay your invoice and retainer payments. We offer secure online payment using your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit or debit card. We also accept checks and money orders.

 

Also, we now accept e-check allowing you to simply and conveniently transfer money directly from your checking or savings account. No stamps or envelopes are required. Your payment is securely transferred and your bill is paid immediately.

Please select the appropriate choice below to make your payment.

Thank you very much for your business!

Invoice Payment
 
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Existing clients may pay their invoice or advanced payments by clicking on the above "Pay Invoice" button.  To choose whether you wish to pay by credit/debit card or e-check, you will find those choices about halfway down the payment page  (after clicking the "Pay Invoice" button) just below where you enter your billing information.

 

Please note, due to bank processing times, it may take 2-3 business days before your account reflects a credit card payment.

To learn where to find your Routing and Account Numbers for e-check payments, please see THIS EXAMPLE.

Retainer Payment
 
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New clients may make their initial retainer payment here. Also, existing clients may replenish their retainer here as well. Click on the above "Pay Retainer" button to make your retainer payment. 

To choose whether you wish to pay by credit/debit card or e-check, you will find those choices about halfway down the payment page (after clicking the "Pay Retainer" button) just below where you enter your billing information.

 

Please note, due to bank processing times, it may take 2-3 business days before your account reflects a credit card payment.

To learn where to find your Routing and Account Numbers for e-check payments, please see THIS EXAMPLE.

Note that the submission of a retainer payment does not create an attorney-client relationship, which is only created upon the execution of a fee agreement or engagement letter executed by both you and the Law Offices of Michael Rada, LLC. 

Payment By Check
 

We are happy to accept checks or money orders for the payment of your invoice or retainer.  Please make checks payable to "The Law Offices of Michael Rada, LLC" and mail to the following address:

   The Law Offices of Michael Rada, LLC

   840 S. Northwest Hwy, Suite 102

   Barrington, Il 60010

Please do not send cash in the mail.

Please Note: All Checks may be held for 10 business days before any disbursements will be made. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, however this policy is necessary for fraud prevention reasons.

 
How To Find Your Routing and Account Number

When paying by e-check, you will need your account's Routing and Account Number. You can find this information on one of your checks using the example below.