Do you or a loved one need help with a divorce, child custody, or adoption? Have you been charged with a crime in North Dakota? Are you or someone you know dealing with an eviction? If so, the team at Rowenhorst Law can help! When you come to us for assistance, you can have peace of mind knowing that we are working to the best of our abilities in order to achieve a favorable outcome on your behalf.
At Rowenhorst Law, we know that you have questions in regard to the payment process. We have compiled a list of commonly asked questions about our payment processes for you to browse below.
When will I be billed?
Invoices are done monthly and your bill is due on or before the due date that you requested in your retainer agreement.
What types of payment do you accept?
The office accepts all major credit and debit cards, cash, money orders, cahier’s check, and personal check. However, the preferred method of payment is either cash or cashier’s check. Please make all checks out to Rowenhorst Law P.C. If you make a payment using a personal check and that check should bounce, you will be responsible for any bank fees associated with the returned check and you will be barred from using that payment method in the future.
How can I make a payment?
Each month the office will send out a payment request via email which you may choose to pay using a credit or debit card by following the instructions contained in the email. Please note if you pay via credit or debit card there will be a service fee already built into your payment amount. If you wish to avoid the service fee, once you receive your emailed request for payment, you may also either bring in another accepted form of payment to the office or mail it to:
Rowenhorst Law, P.C.
122 S. Main St. Ste D
Minot, ND 58701
It is highly recommended that all mailed payments be sent with tracking so that no payments are lost and can properly be credited to your account
How do I receive a copy of my invoices?
You may request a copy of your invoices at any time by contacting Kari Barille or Polly Klemp.
I paid my retainer, why am I still getting a bill?
As previously noted, the initial retainer fee that you paid was an estimated cost of your legal fees. This amount was an estimate only, not a guarantee or a flat fee. Per the terms of your retainer agreement once the funds in your client trust account from your initial retainer payment have dipped below $1,000.00 you will be expected to make a payment to replenish your account on the due date that you requested.
Can I set up automatic payments?
Yes, simply stop into the office and fill out the monthly credit card payment authorization form and the card that you list will be billed automatically on the date that you requested in your retainer agreement.