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RocketSign: Fast Digital Signatures & More

Since our founding in 2008, Rocket Lawyer has been committed to providing affordable and simple legal services for all. Early on, we realized that developing and delivering a fast and easy way to e-sign Rocket Lawyer documents would be essential to our mission—so we’re proud that digital signatures have been part of the Rocket Lawyer experience for many years already.

Over time, we’ve learned that our customers need more. In addition to being able to sign the documents they’ve made through our patented online interview process, customers must be able to sign any document with the peace of mind that comes alongside the tools of justice available to them in a Rocket Lawyer membership. Our members rely on tools like attorney advice, collaboration, document sharing, and secure online storage to navigate their legal matters with confidence and ease.

This is even more true today. Due to the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19, our members find themselves needing natively digital solutions that support completely virtual collaboration and end-to-end online workflows. That’s why we’re proud to announce RocketSign®. It’s a new, next-generation digital signature app to help people everywhere declare their independence from antiquated ways of doing business and—with online access to professional legal advice—from signing contracts they may not fully understand. 

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What is RocketSign®?

RocketSign gives you the freedom to add fast digital signatures to any document with the peace of mind provided by optional attorney advice. In just a few seconds, you can easily put legally-binding signatures in place—with no in-person meetings or email attachments required. 

Here’s how it works:

  1. Prepare for signature – Simply add your document and drop in signature, text, and date fields.
  1. Share and sign – Choose who will see and sign your document, or share it with an attorney.
  1. Stay organized – Store signed documents for safekeeping and easy access anywhere.

More than an electronic signature tool, Rocket Lawyer provides a complete legal experience, so you can get legal help when you need it—before or after signing your contract. As a Premium member, you’ll have access to a nationwide network of Rocket Lawyer On Call® attorneys and a library of legal documents, perfect for all your legal needs. 


Declare Your Independence from Paper and Uncertainty

Join Rocket Lawyer for free and get fast digital signatures today.


Who can use RocketSign to sign documents online?

Small businesses owners

Get the most out of your Rocket Lawyer membership by using RocketSign to speed up the contract process, reduce errors, and organize your documents in one place for safekeeping.

Landlords and property managers

Renting out property? Use RocketSign to get secure, legal signatures on leases and other property management documents without having to meet with tenants in person.

Individuals and families

If you’re taking care of personal matters like selling a car or lending money to a friend, use RocketSign to get documents signed quickly and easily without leaving your home.

Are digital signatures legally valid? 

Yes! For 20+ years, the ESIGN Act has ensured that digital signatures are legally valid. Additionally, all signers are bound by the Rocket Lawyer terms of service, which identifies their digital signature as a legal representation of their signed consent. 

How can I sign documents online for free?

To commemorate 2020 as the twentieth anniversary of the ESIGN Act, we’re offering RocketSign for free to everyone! To take advantage of this limited-time offer, simply sign up for a Rocket Lawyer account and follow the steps outlined above.

Need help with your digital signatures?

Rocket Lawyer is here for you. Contact us online or call our dedicated customer support team toll-free at (877) 881-0947, Monday through Friday, from 6 am – 6 pm PT. 

If you have legal questions about signing a document, ask a lawyer

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