Law Firm Financing

Faster, easier small business financing with one simple application—no bank needed.

Applying is free and won’t impact your credit.

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Lendio Knows Law Firms

Whether you’re looking to purchase up-to-date technology for your law firm or move to a bigger and better location, Lendio can match you up with the perfect lender and loan product for your law firm’s needs. 

Law firm financing can help you expand your practice without the need to bootstrap each and every purchase or investment. Choose the right business loan to simplify operations and drive growth. 

Lendio is no stranger to funding for law firms and the type of capital required to grow a profit-driven enterprise. Our network of preferred lenders makes it easy to submit a single application and receive multiple financing options to compare.

Why Lendio?

Fast and Easy Application

Apply in just 15 minutes and get funded in as little as 24 hours. Once you’re in, you can immediately start comparing rates and lenders.

Get Professional Guidance

Get personalized support throughout the entire process by working with a funding manager. They can help you with your application and help you choose the best lender for your law firm’s needs. 

Huge Network of Top-Notch Lenders

Compare loan offers from our network of 75+ lenders. You don’t need to go rate shopping when all of the best lenders are already in one place.

How Our Loan Matching Process Works.


Fill out our simple application.

Answer just a few questions about your business to see which lending products you qualify for. We’ve partnered with over 75 lenders, allowing us to find the best option or your business.


We’ll connect you with a funding specialist.

One of our funding specialists will reach out to you to get to know your business better. Since every business is unique, we want to make sure we find the loan type that’s perfect for your needs.


Compare loan offers.

Compare different offers curated for your business. Select the capital amount and rate that will help take your business to the next level.


Get funded.

We work with lenders that can fund you fast. Once you’re approved, you’ll be able to access your capital in as little as 24 hours.

Types of Business Loans For Law Firms

Revenue-Based Financing

Also known as a business cash advance, this type of financing uses your establishment’s expected revenue as collateral for law firm funding.


1-15 months

$1 million

Debt Financing

Debt financing is what many borrowers likely think of when they think of loans for law firms. Borrowers receive the full lump sum at once and then make monthly payments until the loan is paid back in full. There are two options when it comes to debt financing: term loans and SBA loans.


6 months-25 years

$5 million

Line of Credit

A business line of credit is like a credit card in that it is a revolving account. The differences between the two is that a line of credit usually comes with a much higher borrowing limit and a lower interest rate. Lines of credit are useful for general capital needs.


6-24 months

Up to $250,000


Law firm funding is when a loan product is taken out to cover overall capital needs or pay for a major purchase. Regular monthly payments are required until the full loan amount (with interest) is repaid.


Minimum requirements to obtain law firm funding through the Lendio platform include:

  • A credit score minimum of 600 
  • Monthly revenue of $8,000 or more
  • Time in business of at least six months


Because law firm loans are a type of business loan, they can be used for any business-related expenses, including day-to-day operating expenses or those incurred to expand your law firm.

A lending marketplace offers an easy application process that connects you with multiple lenders and loan products, so you can be matched with the best loan for your law firm. You will also be connected with a funding manager to aid you throughout the funding process.

An SBA loan is insured by the federal government and generally comes with lower interest and higher loan amounts. The drawback to SBA loans is that they can take a longer time to process. Borrowers with more urgent capital needs might be better off considering other loan products.

There are three types of SBA loans: 504 loans, microloans, and 7(a) loans. Microloans come in amounts between $500 and $50,000. 7(a) loans go up to $5 million and are useful for day-to-day capital needs. 504 loans also go up to $5 million, but offer longer repayment periods, since they are intended for large asset purchases.

8 out of 10 Lendio employees* or their families own a small business

*based on 136 Lendio employees who responded to an internal poll

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