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Contracts & COVID 19

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When Your Client is Just Not that Into You: How to Terminate a Contract

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Amendments: How to Make Changes to a Contract After It’s Been Signed

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How long should my contract be?

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Hate to break it to you, but you can’t do it all.

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The One New Year’s Resolution You Probably Forgot to Make

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How to Fix the 5 Biggest Mistakes in Your Wedding Planning Biz

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The Most Common Questions from Photographers – Answered

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The Most Common Questions from Graphic, Web, and Print Designers – Answered

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The Most Common Questions from Event and Wedding Pros – Answered

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What you need to know before you hire your first employee with Jennifer Wiegley

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Should My Client Proposals be Separate from My Client Contracts?

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5 Things You Should Know Before Launching an Affiliate Program

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Can I Use Photographs of My Client’s Wedding to Promote my Wedding Planning Business?

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5 Things You Need to Know Before You Use Customer Testimonials in Your Marketing

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4 Essential Things the FTC Wants You to Know Before Endorsing a Company’s Product

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3 Easy Fixes to Double Check Before You Send or Sign a Contract

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How to Draft Contracts When Providing Multiple Services or Packages to Your Clients

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Do I Really Need a Privacy Policy and Terms of Service And More

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Do I REALLY need a contract?

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What Contracts Do I Need for My Business?

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What Do I Need to Know Before I Sell My Online Course?

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All About Hiring with Lonnie Giamela, Esq.

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How Do I Get a Client to Pay Me?

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How to Amend a Contract

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How Do I Get Out of a Contract?

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Do I Really Need All That Legal Mumbo Jumbo at the End of My Contract?

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The Basics of Hiring Interns

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What to Know Before You Hire Help for Your Business

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How One Sentence in a Contract Can Cost You a Business Client

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What to Expect When You Take Your Case to Small Claims Court

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Mediation, Arbitration, Litigation, OH MY! What is the Best Option for Me if a Client Doesn’t Pay?

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5 Common Contract Mistakes to Avoid

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What Your Contract Says About You

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Your Legal Rights When a Client Won’t Pay

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Are Contract Templates Right for You?

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99% of business owners make this contract mistake…

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Why Your Cut-and-Paste Approach to Contracts Is Costing You Clients

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What Bloggers, Social Media Influencers + Content Creators Need to Know About the Law

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I've been in business for a long time--too long to not have official, legal contracts. It was always on my list to do, but I just never took the time or made the investment to make it happen. Then a dreamy client asked for some changes to the project agreements I sent her, and I knew it was time to get official. I want to protect myself and my business, but even more so I want to make sure that my clients feel comfortable with the information and access they're giving me to their businesses.
Abby, Writer/Marketing Consultant
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 purchased one of the legal bundles last week when I heard I won a bid and wanted to move quickly. Today, I got the redlines from my customer's legal department. They had maybe three edits and one was a missing period. In my day/full time jobs, I deal with vendors and the items I submit to legal get a lot more than three redlines. I'm new in business and was hesitant to spend the money but knew enough to get over that mindset.
Lig, Event Planner
I couldn't ask for a better customer experience. I went from anxious to relieved in a matter of hours!
Allison, Consultant
Loved the explainer included--this is what I wanted. No one has been able to explain in plain English what various terms mean.
Anonymous