Docracy is a tool that people can use to find and customize their own legal documents, contracts, and agreements online. Businesses, families, and freelancers can all use Docracy to handle legal matters without going through the expense of hiring an attorney for representation in many types of straightforward matters.
The way you use Docracy will be largely determined based on the documents or agreements you need. If you’re using Docracy to create a will, for example, then you’ll want to search for wills by keyword or click on the “will” tag at the bottom of the homepage screen. Browse through all the uploaded documents that fit into this category, and download the document that seems to best fit your goals. Each document includes a description and a community discussion page, which you’ll want to check out before moving ahead with the process. Post any questions or comments you have right on the document page, or save the document to check out later when you have more time to review it closely. When you’ve read the document and decided everything looks good, click “Sign this document” to enter into a valid agreement online.
Docracy contracts signed online are all ESIGN Act compliant, which means users don’t have to worry about printing out their contracts and signing them in pen just to make them valid. Digitally signed documents can be downloaded as PDFs, or stored in the Docracy cloud for safekeeping online.
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