Affordable Finance Plans
Dozier Law, P.C. now has some great online financing options with payments you can afford - Legal Financing by ePay Management.
Dozier Law, P.C. is pleased to announce that it has entered into a relationship with ePay Management that allows clients to easily seek outside third-party financing of legal fees! ePay Management provides a multi-lender platform that delivers financing offers directly to you. They approve individuals with credit scores as low as 600 and offer terms up to 60 months – with rates from 5.99% to 35.99% subject to income and credit. This can result in low monthly payments, even in cases involving relatively substantial legal fees.
All that is involved is a quick online application, which will be met with an immediate response of offers from up to eleven lenders based upon your credit score and income. The application is a “soft inquiry” and does not affect your credit score. Funds come directly to you so you will be able to pay your legal fees and have the representation you need and deserve at a payment you can afford!
To see how affordable quality representation can be, please call us at (912) 826-5253.
If you think you might not qualify, friends or family can qualify on your behalf.
Dozier Law, P.C. has negotiated an ongoing relationship with ePay Management, a third-party vendor, to make lending services easily and readily available to our clients. Dozier Law, P.C. has no other function in the financing process. Dozier Law, P.C. is not responsible for the application or approval process, loan origination, loan structure, collections procedures, or any other aspect of lender practices for any applicant. Dozier Law, P.C. strongly recommends thoroughly reviewing all lender rules, guidelines, and agreements prior to entering into any business relationship with ePay Management, FlexxBuy LLC, Crowdnetic Corporation, or any lender. As is the case with any financial loan transaction, the borrower should make sure he or she understands every aspect of the financial responsibilities regarding any loan prior to entering into any loan agreement and that the loan agreement suits the individual’s personal financial situation.