Making a Payment

Making a payment to The Hunnicutt Law Group is simple. You can pay us using cash, check, credit card, debit card, or an installment loan. If you have questions about your options, please speak with us. 

We understand that paying upfront when you are in need of professional guidance can sometimes be stressful, and we want to accommodate you. If you need assistance with managing and covering your legal fees, our firm now accepts payments through ClientCredit by Affirm. 

With ClientCredit, our clients can access financing and flexible payment options to pay their legal fees over time while receiving the advocacy they need right away. Please note that this service is available only to individuals and not to business entities or commercial organizations. 

Using ClientCredit

To use ClientCredit, select the “Pay Later” option on our “Pay Your Invoice/Consult Fee” page. Once you choose this option, you will be redirected to an online application you must complete to receive financing through Affirm. After completing your application, you will receive a real-time decision regarding the financing and payment options available to you. 

Interest rates for financing through Affirm will vary depending on your eligibility, and term options are for 3, 6, 12, 18, or 24 months. You can also pay off your financing early without having to worry about penalties. In fact, there are no hidden fees or penalties when you use ClientCredit. 

If you are approved for Affirm financing via ClientCredit, you can set up an account to make secure payments on or in the Affirm app for iOS or Android. And if you have questions about how Affirm financing via ClientCredit works, you can visit their Frequently Asked Questions page. You can also contact Affirm to ask questions by visiting or calling 855-423-3729. 

Please Note: This payment option is an addition to the payment options we currently offer. Clients may use whichever payment method is preferred by the Client. Affirm allows clients to pay for services over time in fixed amounts without deferred interest, hidden fees, or penalties. Neither our office nor any employee has a financial relationship with Affirm, nor do we receive any compensation for providing you with this information. You must carefully consider your ability to repay before taking any loan.