Photo, Audio or Video Release
You’ll need a signed release if you’re a photographer, videographer, event planner, or other individual who intends to photograph or record (audio or video) an individual and use that material for commercial and business purposes.
So so easy to use and make sure my legal behind is covered! Contracts are just as important as making sales. Don't put this important task on the back burner...it's too critical to ignore!
Lauren, Marketing Consultant
I did not want to pay an attorney hundreds/thousands of dollars to prepare a contract for me. I was happy that the template was so easy to use and that I was able to create a contract quickly. I have made minor modifications, but that agreement has already been used 16 times in the past 7 months!
Lynn, Wedding Planner
I have been able to tweak the contract to accommodate the needs of each shoot and client. Overall, I think clients take me more seriously when I send a detailed contract over. It shows that I value my business, but I also value my clients in putting these in place.
It was time for me to enlist more help to keep up with #allthethings in my business- I wanted to be sure to also protect my clients while I worked on scaling, so needed to get legal docs in place to do that. There is SO much security in having a legal agreement- plus it's just the right thing to do. Nothing says I'm a legit business quite like an attorney drafted document.
Serena, Social Media Manager
I decided to invest in [Your Legal BFFs] contracts because I knew that my copy and paste from the internet contracts were not up to snuff. I always had this pit in my stomach every time I booked a new client, hoping that they went call me out on my sub-par contracts. I didn’t want to find myself in a bad legal situation so something had to change.