Law firms sometimes struggle with how to process refunds received from a third party, especially when the client has incurred additional costs or has an outstanding balance. However, if you receive a refund for a cost the client has already paid, the refund belongs to the client, not to you. This is true even if the client owes you money for other costs you have incurred. This article discusses how to process third party refunds for such costs.
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