When I need to send a contract out to a bride or other photography client I never have a stamp. Which makes the document sit on my desk till I finally force myself to swing by the post office (which is never a happy place). Well now there is a website that can help you bypass the mail and hopefully speed up the contract signing process.
For the past couple of months I have been using the website SignNow to digitally deliver and sign my contracts. It is a fairly simple process that you can even do on your mobile device. Let me show you some of it's features.
SignNow is as simple as any web based app. I have a generic wedding contract written up in a Word doc. I replace the brides name and enter the amount that I am charging for the event. I then log into my Free SignNow account and upload the document. I enter the brides email address and she is invited to digitally sign the document via the website. She may also use the text box tool and enter other information that is added to the contract.
Once she has signed the document digitally I get an email informing the contract has been signed. The documents are stored on SignNows website for future reference You can also download the document and store yourself.
I high recommend you at least give SignNow a try. The free account has not given me any limitations so far. With a paid account you can send more contracts and also have your templates managed by the website. It cuts the extra step of having to fill out the form in a word processing program. The website also has a couple of legal forms, like bill of sale, that you can use to for a needed contract. Let us know how it works out.