The #1 Reason: It Sets Up Clear Expectations
In this week’s Legal Brief I cover the importance of always using a Client Agreement when you do business whether online or in “real life”. As always, it sets up clear expectations which will help you avoid potential problems and misunderstandings in the future.
We often think that there’s no way we’ll forget what was agreed to, or that there’s no way your bestie will flop out and not perform her half of the bargain. But, we’re all human and very busy humans at that. Misunderstandings happen among the best of us, so writing everything out is not only good business…it’s a darn good idea in general.
Do you already use a Client Agreement in your business?
If not, don’t stress out and don’t overthink it. Sure, you should hire an attorney to draft one for you as soon as you can, but in the meantime write out all the details that both parties have agreed to, sign it, date it, and move on.
I’d love to hear from you below…do you use contracts in your business? If not, why?
Like Rome, your business won’t be built in a day. Don’t let this “legal junk” stress you out. Just take it one step at a time and you’ll slowly build a strong foundation you can confidently rely on.
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