Secure Communication Portal

Everything about your case in one secure spot, accessible 24/7 means more peace of mind.



Communicate Easily with Your Legal Team

With the SimpleLaw secure client portal, clients have 24/7 access to case information. That includes documents, notes, calendars, related costs, and access to making payments. Above all, the client portal keeps everyone informed from one central location. Using the portal ensures everyone sees the same thing. No emails to sort through!

As a client, you can add supporting documents, view notes on the case, see upcoming events, review billed hours, and make payments  right from the SimpleLaw portal. You can access all of this without ever paying SimpleLaw a dime.



We take security very seriously. Very, very seriously. We know data protection is vital. (After all, SimpleLaw was built by attorneys!) So, our team of technology professionals utilize the latest and most powerful forms of data protection. Additionally, we use multiple data security tools to ensure the best possible protection, including:

  • 24/7 malware, virus, and phishing monitoring
  • 256-bit encryption of all data traveling to and from the platform
  • Supported with Comodo Cybersecurity
Legal Tech for Attorneys and Clients-

Legal Team Search

We know it can be daunting to find and select an attorney, or even determine what kind of attorney you need. So, we take out some of the guesswork for you.

Before an attorney's profile is approved, we confirm they are in good standing with their licensing authority. One less thing for you to be concerned about.

From the SimpleLaw platform, you can search for lawyers, submit questions, and select which attorney to work with. 

The best part? SimpleLaw is always free to clients. Of course you will need to pay your attorney, but not SimpleLaw.

Set up your client account today and get searching!

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