“I just wanted to thank you for all your patience and help and a fantastic outcome. I now have no criminal record”.- Jennifer - Common Assault Charge
Welcome to the Charlton Lawyers Online Trust Account payment facility. Click here to make a payment.
We have provided information below on some of the most commonly asked questions. If these don’t answer your particular enquiry, drop us a line or call Charlton Lawyers and we will be pleased to answer your questions.
Contact Charlton Lawyers
Address: Level 29 Chifley Tower
2 Chifley Square
Sydney NSW 2000
Telephone: 02 921 690 55
Fax: 02 921 202 66
Paying Money into Charlton Lawyers Trust
A client can pay money into Charlton Lawyers trust account via direct debit or credit card (we accept Visa and Mastercard only).
What to expect
When a client deposits money into the Charlton Lawyers Trust Account, these funds are held in Trust whilst Charlton Lawyers processes the matter. Within 5 days of the deposit of funds a Trust account receipt and Trust account statement with details of your matter and deposit will be forwarded to the client.
On completion of your matter whether it is a decision in a Criminal or Civil Court or other Tribunal, the completion of an advice or the lodgement of a Visa application to DIAC or an interim account by agreement, Charlton Lawyers will forward a Tax invoice and a Trust account statement to the client. After 7 days have passed the invoice will be paid and the client will receive an Office receipt.
Paying Money into Charlton Lawyers Trust account with a credit card.
Credit card payments will be processed online immediately. Once your credit card details are verified (usually takes around 5-8 seconds) your transaction is complete and you will be notified of the details of the transaction. This transaction will appear on your Bank statement as a payment to Charlton Lawyers Trust.
Transactions to be in AUD
All payments are processed in Australian dollars.
To calculate the conversion from other currencies to Australian Dollars please go to the following website.
What is a CVV/CVC?
The CVV is a 3 or 4 digit code embossed or imprinted on the reverse side of the Visa and Mastercard. The CVV is an important layer of security to help you avoid Card Not Present responses, which can potentially cause your transaction to be denied and may be required or recommended by some payment processors or merchant banks.
Where do you find the CVV/CVC
Our services are liable for GST in Australia and will be inclusive.
Absolutely no information posted on the Charlton Lawyers website is disclosed to any third party company other than for the purpose of credit card purchase validation. We will not provide your information to any other third party with your express consent.
Charlton Lawyers is committed to ensuring that any information that you provide us is treated with the utmost confidentially and in a manner you would expect to protect your privacy.
We collect information to enable us to assist you with your enquiry or legal issue. We will keep your information in a secure area to be held accordance with our internal security procedures.
All transactions on this online facility are protected by SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and secure data encryption using a 2048 bit process. All credit card payments are processed in real time for your security and peace of mind. For payment options we accept Credit Card ( Mastercard or Visa) or Direct Deposit. .
We use encryption algorithm sha1RSA and signature hash algorithm sha1 verified by GeoTrust Inc.
Any information you send to us is encoded with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology. This sophisticated encryption process ensures that prying eyes are unable to decode your personal data when it travels from your computer to ours and from our computer to the banks.
You can tell your browser is in secure mode at the payment module, by looking for the padlock icon in the bottom corner or at the end of the address bar of your browser window.If you have are questions or concerns about the information provided to our firm or about this policy, please contact us.