Buy now, pay later.

Custom Payment Plans Now Available at eLegacy with Klarna.

eLegacy and Klarna have partnered together to offer clients the opportunity to pay for their legal fees over multiple payments, rather than all at once. Together, Klarna and eLegacy hope to reduce any burden of the financial costs for legal work in an effort to better assist our clients in their financial and estate planning efforts.

Klarna is a multi-national Swedish Fin-Tech company that provides online financial services such as payments for online storefronts and direct payments along with post-purchase payment plans. 


Why Klarna?

No interest. No catch.

Buy now, pay later is an alternative to credit and gives you the flexibility to purchase what you want, when you want, without breaking the bank. If you do not want to pay all of your Legal Fees upfront, Klarna gives you the option of making 4 payments over a period of 8 weeks with no interest, or you can choose to finance your payments over a period of up to 36 months*. This means you can get these high ticket purchases taken care of without waiting for savings to catch up.

We believe Klarna is the best system for payment distribution for our clients and saves them money with interest free and low interest payment options.

*Klarna does charge interest for the extended 36 month option


Full transparency.

After an instant credit decision through Klarna, you can complete your payment directly with full transparency. It’s the simplest one-time sign-up process you’ll ever use. You can also get a full overview of payments online or through the Klarna app.

Does Klarna impact my credit score?

When you use Klarna to split your purchase into 4 interest-free payments, they run a soft credit check. It won’t affect your score, it just helps them confirm that you pay your bills on time.
If you’re interested in one of Klarna’s financing options, a hard credit check might be required. This will be reported to the credit bureaus and will show up as an inquiry on your credit report.

Monthly financing through a Klarna credit account is issued by WebBank, member FDIC.