A better way to sign documents


Signing paper documents is usually easy because the tools we use are so familiar. But…

What happens when you’re out of town, and someone emails you a document you’re supposed to sign right away?

And you don’t have access to a printer?!

Then signing on paper becomes hard.

Signing documents should never be hard

Signing PDFs is always easy, and often more convenient than dealing with paper documents.

You just need to know how to create a digital signature, and how to use it after you create it.

The best tool for doing this is Adobe Reader, the free program you probably already have on your computer.

If you have Adobe Acrobat (the $300 more fully featured program), the process is exactly the same.

A PDF signature is easy to use

Below is a 4-minute video demonstrating how easy it is to use a PDF signature in Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

The video showed you how easy it is to use a PDF signature, but what’s hard is creating a PDF signature that looks like how you sign on paper.

Create a digital signature stamp that
looks like your paper signature

Most people want a PDF stamp that looks exactly like their real paper signature. The process of creating that kind of signature is kind of tricky, unless you’re adept at using software like Adobe Photoshop.

The easiest option is have me create a PDF signature for you. (and by “me” I mean Ernie Svenson, the main force behind this whole paperless lawyering thing here).



Once I send you a PDF graphic of your signature you’ll easily import it into Adobe Reader (free software) or Adobe Acrobat, as demonstrated in this 3-minute video tutorial.

Then your life will become a whole lot easier.

Other Attorneys Agree!

Here are two of the many testimonials I’ve received from folks that have gotten their digital signatures done:

“Having Ernie create the digital signature was a snap!  Instead of having to figure out how to do it on my own, I just signed a piece of paper and sent it to him.  In a few minutes, I had my signature back, ready for use in pdf documents.

I have really appreciated the ability to sign and initial documents in one quick step.  Before learning how to do this, I had to print the document, sign it, scan it and save it to my hard drive and then email it.  Now I can just insert my signature and send the document in a single step.

I use it in all kinds of personal and business situations, including everything from signing vendor contracts, Certificates of Organization for LLCs, IRS forms, and other legal documents.” —Russ Blood, South Jordan, UT

“The digital signature is a game changer.  I can go anywhere and take my laptop review and sign.  Last week in the parking lot at the Coeur d’ Alene Resort before I played golf.” —Brad L. Williams, Spokane WA

Worried about how your PDF signature might look when you receive it? Do not worry!

I guarantee you’ll like your digital signature

If you don’t like the way your signature looks after you import it into Reader or Acrobat, just shoot me an email with a new version that you like better. I’ll redo your digital signature until you’re completely satisfied.

I want you to have a digital signature you really like so that you’ll feel good every time you use it.

Better yet, no one you send a signed PDF to will be able to tell that you didn’t sign a paper version with your blue pen.

Armed with your digital signature you’ll be able to sign PDF documents anywhere, anytime—even if you don’t have access to a printer. Now, that’s life in the fast lane!

A digital signature will make
your life dramatically easier