Huge contracts stuffed with complex legal language are scary and unnecessary. Why do so many big companies spend so much time picking over the words? The law will always overrule any contract. You only should include what’s important to you and your client. That’s what I’ll do when I help you draft your contracts.
Top 5 questions I get asked about customer’s first contracts.
- Why do I need a contract?
- Where can I go for a template contract?
- What’s the problem with writing my own contract?
- What do I need to include in my contract?
- What is the difference between a contract, terms of business and an email exchange?
Top 5 questions I get asked about contract changes
- How much does a contract review cost?
- How often should I get my contract reviewed?
- The law has changed does this mean my contract needs a review?
- I’ve had my contract professionally written, can I amend it myself?
- I’ve added an extra service, does this need a separate contract or can I amend my current one?
Top 5 questions I get asked about speaker engagement contracts
- How can I protect the copyright on my talk?
- What happens if I can’t make the talk, who find a replacement, the event or me?
- What are the top 5 things I should include in my speaker contract?
- Speaker contract templates, where can I go for a review of speaker contract templates and how much do they cost?
- How much does a speaker contract cost?
I’m not legally trained, and I think it’s an advantage. Contract law covers the legalities, I make sure everyone knows their commitments and when they get paid. I have a network of legally trained advisors who I talk to if your industry sector is new to me.
If you ask me to draft your contract, I’ll make sure it saves you time, saves you money, and helps you sleep soundly.