Payment Methods
Payments must be made monthly and in accordance with your payment plan. Failure to make payments according to your payment plan WILL result in you being listed for Contempt of Court and may include suspension of your driving privileges. Go to Contempt of Court page for more information regarding delinquent payments.
Verify payments are received and the balance due on the web portal and viewing the last page of your docket sheets by going to
Pay Online
Online Payments:  
The Unified Judicial System has PAePay available online to make payments.  This site allows the public to securely make payments on cases with outstanding balances in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Common Pleas and Magisterial District Courts.  Payments are accepted using Visa, MasterCard, and Discover as well as by ATM/Debit cards.  Log onto and click on PAePay.   Click here for a video tutoria​l. 

Online payments may also be made using​. (formerly GovPay). This method is flexible and mobile friendly.  You now have the ability to schedule recurring payments so you never forget making a payment again.   Payments are accepted using echeck, Visa, MasterCard, ATM/Debit cards.   
An electronic check, known as eCheck, is a form of payment via ALLPAID (formally GovPay). It is the most cost efficent method for making payments saving you time and money with a convenience fee of only $1.00 per transaction.  An echeck must clear the bank before it is applied to the recipients account which can take up to 3 days.   To pay by check, go to​.  Recurring payments are now available using AllPaid. Read More...​

There is a fee for any check or money order returned for any reason.  See fee bill for charge.