contracts drafted just for you and your unique business
Running your own business is not easy. You have enough to worry about - meeting with clients, handling customer relationships, social media updates -- the list is endless. The last thing you need to be doing is scrambling at the last minute to pull a contract together for a new client.
Or maybe you have a contract, but each time you send it out to a new client for signature, you have a nagging worry in the back of your mind. You wonder.
- Do I have everything I need in my contract? Is it too much or too little?
- Is anything in my contract illegal?
- Does my contract protect me and my business?
- Do the terms even make sense?
- How will I explain a term to client that I don't even understand?
If you're a business owner who relies on contracts on a regular basis and needs a streamlined contract to use for future projects and engagements with customers or clients.
If you're in need of a contract that is customized to fit you and your business needs;
If you want to work with someone who understands what it's like to be an owner of a creative business and has the legal knowledge to help you,
THEN WE NEED TO TALK.
Contracts that I can draft, include:
- Service Agreements
- Online Course Terms and Conditions
- Partnership Agreements
- Collaboration Agreements
- Buy/Sell Agreements
- Licensing Agreements
- and much more...
Here's how it works...
We'll connect one-on-one (by phone or Skype) so I can understand your business and contract needs. If you have an existing contract you want me to work from, you can send that to me too.
I'll prepare the contracts which you'll receive in a PDF and Word format.
FOLLOW UP CONSULTATION
After you've had a chance to review your new contract, we'll meet again so I can address any questions you might have about your contract.
Please note that Annette is only admitted to practice law in California. If you are seeking legal counsel for matters not involving California law, please contact an attorney authorized to practice law in your state.