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March 29, 2021

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Jay Brinker

Rick, what type of documents do you have signed with Docusign? How much is your subscription? How much front end work do you have to do?

Richard M Georges

I have the Business Pro version, $40 a month. Pretty much unlimited. I send contracts, correspondence that needs a signature, anything that doesn't require a witness or notary. Works great for pleadings in my probate practice. Easy to use. Just load a pdf of the pleading, click where you want the signature, and email to the signer. They get an email with a link to sign, and the document comes back with a digital signature. Saves mailing stuff back and forth.

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