How Do I Generate an Amount for Trust Replenishment on a Client’s Invoice?
If your firm requires that clients maintain a specific trust balance, the "Required Trust Balance" can be configured to incorporate that number into the client’s invoice balance. Under the Matter Options tab, you will find the "Required Trust Balance" field. When populated, on the invoice pdf, a Trust Retainer Replenishment total will appear in the Statement of Account Summary, letting clients know the replenishment amount that will need to be made. Please note: While the required Trust Balance will display as part of the client's Total Amount Outstanding on the Statement of Account Summary, it will not be part of this invoice's AR balance. Clients cannot pay a retainer online through Caseway or via a direct payment link. The retainer will still need to be paid through the New Retainer module.
How Do I Apply a Retainer to Invoice(s)?
With "Apply Retainer" you are able to apply multiple payments from a specific bank account (that were entered in as new retainers) to multiple invoices from a specific matter Go to the Accounting section, click the "+" on the green action bar ...
How Do I Create a Retainer Request in Zola Suite?
If you need to request funds from your client for a retainer, we recommend creating a Retainer Request using Zola Suite's Document Automation. This can also be done to create Retainer Replenishment requests. First, go to a thoroughly populated Matter ...
How Do I Record a New Retainer?
When taking in any kind of advanced client payment, retainer or recording a deposit to the Trust account you will want to enter it as a New Trust/Retainer Payment. You can also create a retainer with a credit card via LawPay. Go to Accounting section ...
How Do I Refund a Retainer?
If you have leftover funds within a client's matter or if they overpaid, you can refund their retainers. Operating retainers can be done within the Invoices and Payments section by clicking on the +, while Trust retainers must be refunded by creating ...
What Is the Difference Between Operating and Trust Retainers?
A Trust Retainer is money that is given to the firm that needs to go into a separate escrow account where the firm has no access to it. However, an operating account is money that is given to the firm that can be used by the firm on payment. Once ...
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