PAYMENT PLAN REQUEST – If we have an active file in our office, we will need to review your file, request updated account information from the HOA and prepare a potential payment plan to send to the HOA to review and advise if they will approve. Payment plans are approved/denied by the HOA, not our office – some HOA’s will not approve any payment plans. Please keep in mind that payment plans include all delinquent as well as future charges while on the plan including Assessments, Interest, Late Fees, HOA Collection Costs, Attorney fees and Costs to ensure the file is brought current at the end of the plan. This means, anything that would be due over the next 6-12 months will be included in your payment plan (you only make 1 payment, to our office, until the plan is completed.) Also, please be advised that there are additional attorney fees in the amount of $125.00, to set-up a payment plan, plus a $40 per month monitoring/processing fee. However, please also be advised that the longest payment plan your HOA will consider is up to 12 months (again, not all HOA’s will approve a payment plan). Please allow at least 20 business days to obtain the information needed and receive the approval/denial for the payment plan. **Multiple requests are not necessary – thank you.**

You are welcome to make payments towards your account at any

time, please email us with a copy of the cashier’s check or money order so we are aware that you are sending in the payment. Please make a cashier’s check or money order payable to John L. Di Masi, P.A. and remit to Law Offices of John L. Di Masi, P.A. 801 N. Orange Ave., Suite 500, Orlando, FL 32801. Please be sure to include your FILE # on the payment, so it is applied correctly. 

If you would like to utilize our LawPay online payment option, the link is  Please be advised there is a $7.00 convenience fee that will be added to each payment you make. (Please be advised that we do not accept American Express.Please be sure to include your FILE # AND PROPERTY ADDRESS in the reference section, so it is applied correctly. 

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