State Rules on Charging Clients a Fee for Paying With Credit Cards

There are three sets of rules lawyers need to navigate  when deciding whether to charge clients a fee for paying with a credit card:

  • The card brand rules (Visa, Mastercard etc.)
  • State laws
  • State rules of professional conduct

See the rules in your state.

Download our State-by-State Guide to Charging Clients a Fee for Paying with Credit Cards


If you'd like to dig in a bit more, check out our blog post Shifting Credit Card Processing Fees: What Law Firms Need To Know.

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