Sklar Law Offers Multiple Payment Options for Account Resolution
Flexible payment options for paying off outstanding balances
Sklar Law offers flexible payment options that include self-service via our online payment portal, live representative support over the phone, and the option to send payments through the mail. When choosing a payment option, account holders have the flexibility to choose which one fits best every time – online, by phone, or through the mail.
Pay Sklar Law Online
Our secure, online payment portal allows account holders to make payments from anywhere at any time using a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. The portal gives account holders the freedom to access an account from anywhere- make payments, view account information, and more.
Just getting started? Using the account information readily available on your statement, click the button below to access our portal and log in to your account.
Pay by Phone
To make a payment over the phone, please call (856) 258-4050. Sklar Law representatives are available to take payments over the phone and help account holders better understand the options that are available for each individual account. It is our goal to work together and find a payment plan that works toward the resolution of each outstanding balance. To make a payment over the phone, please have your account number and payment information ready and call during our normal business hours:
8:30 AM- 5:00 PM Eastern Time
(Hours may vary on holidays)
Mail Your Payment
We accept payments through the mail in the form of a check or money order. When making a payment through the mail, do not mail cash and please remember to include your account number on your check or money order. Payments can be mailed to our office at:
Sklar Law, LLC
20 Brace Road, Suite 205
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08034
Grow Your Financial Knowledge
Financial literacy is an important part of achieving financial success. Sklar Law is committed to helping account holders achieve financial wellness through not only the resolution of outstanding balances but also by gaining a better understanding of money management and money matters. We encourage individuals to browse our free financial education resources. Financial literacy is the first step to understanding your financial future.