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How do you edit a document that has already been sent out for eSignature?

A document that has already been electronically signed is contractually binding, so any edits would have to be made under a new contract or agreement.  If you had sent out the document for electronic signature prematurely and wish to edit it, you may make a copy of the document and send out the copied version.

Making a copy will remove the signatures while keeping all of the other information. Once you have a copy, you can easily make changes and get it signed again.  It is important to notify the other party that changes will be made to the document.  

To make a copy of your document, you will first want to log in to your account. By default, you will be directed to your "Activities" panel. If you are already logged in and need to access your activities, click on the words "Rocket Lawyer" in the top, left corner. 

1. Click the title of the document that you need to copy. 

2. Above the draft of your document, select "Copy." 

3. Enter the title of the new copy and select "Create Copy."

If your document has not yet been signed by all parties you can always cancel the electronic signature and resubmit the invitation again later on.