In short, no. 

LawPay is the best known and most widely used payments vendor for the legal community.  They have three things going for them:

  1. Brand.  If a lawyer wants to receive a credit card, then LawPay seems logical and safe. 
  2. Quality. LawPay is better than everyone else related to trust payments and credit cards. 
  3. Rates. LawPay credit card rates are very competitive. They don't handle ACH well, as they use a 3rd party service.  LawPay has also done deals with major software vendors in the legal space. 

QuickBooks Payments is superior for non trust activities for QuickBooks Online users.  The credit card rates are slightly higher, but the integration is well worth it.

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