Attorney Client Communication Portal

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The Client Portal allows 24/7 access to case files

You are provided 24/7 access to case files including pleadings, correspondence, or other documents that have been uploaded to your electronic client file.

The simple and intuitive client portal allows clients to upload traffic citation, waiver of appearance, credit card authorizations, or any other document to their case file for easy viewing by Attorney Welborn.

Simply take a picture with your web based device of the speeding ticket you received and upload it directly to your case file.

The Client Portal provides simple and easy to use communication tools

Send private and secured messages to Attorney Jon Welborn or other persons at Welborn Law Firm. Clients, Firm Staff, and Attorneys can share messages so that there is no need to leave a multiple messages for the various persons.

The Attorney Client Communication Portal uses a Facebook style type of notification

The activity stream updates as updates are made by your attorney to let you know what has been updated since your last log in. You can quickly and easily see if your speeding ticket or other court date has been changed.

Online payments are made simple by the client portal

Once you have received a bill from the Firm you can simply log in via the client portal to access online payments.

Client Portal Login Screen

What can  you expect with the Attorney Client Communication Portal?

Once you receive the welcome email, you will create a unique username and password and then be allowed access to all things connected with the online electronic client file maintained by my firm (Examples include: calendar, billing information, court filings, etc.).

Please check your spam/junk inboxes for an email from Welborn Law Firm, PLLC and/or Once you have located it please be sure to add the address to the safe senders list so it does not get filtered in the future.

If you do not wish to use this service then no problem, simply disregard the welcome email or let me know you don’t want to be connected to such.


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