Can you sign a contract online?
When it comes to contracts, I want to share with you what one of my clients Laurie (not her real name, of course!) told me.
True confession. She said:
Lisa, I’m creating a new 3-month business coaching program. I know I need to use a contract. I’ve been avoiding it, quite frankly. It feels like a pain in the patootie to have my clients print out a contract, sign it with a pen, scan it, and send it back to me. I’m afraid they won’t want to do it. Is there another way to do it to make it easier? Isn’t there a way to sign a contract online?
Can you relate to this?
Are you afraid to give your clients a contract because they may not want to print it out and sign it?
Is there a simple way to get a contract signed so you can both be on the same page to start your work together?
The quick answer? YES!
But how exactly do you do that?
Listen to how to get your contract signed in Episode 10 on iTunes here. (Don’t have iTunes? Listen through my website here.)
In this episode you’ll learn:
- What makes a contract a “contract”?
- When is a contract enforceable?
- Why you should put your contract in writing
- When you should use a contract in your business
- Does a contract have to be signed?
- How electronic signatures work
- Top 5 electronic signature programs I recommend
And be sure to grab your Episode 10 Tip Sheet for bonus info. You can download it HERE.
I believe you’re set free to do your best work and create anything that you want when you get legally covered in a loving way.
Learn what you need to know to make contract signing easy-peasy in Episode 10. It’s less than 15 minutes long because I know you’re busy.
Here’s to knowing how to make contracts easier for your clients to sign!
If you know you need contracts for your business, like a DIY Client Agreement, DIY Joint Venture Agreement, or DIY Overnight Agreement, find out more at lisafraley.com/diylegaltemplates.