A bundle of the top 6 legal templates new business owners need to protect their work, set boundaries, and ensure smooth client relationships.
Proactively setting yourself up for success, instead of waiting for something negative to happen, will always be the better (and more affordable) option. These agreements are all must-haves for new business owners, helping them set and maintain important boundaries and expectations with clients, contractors, visitors of their website, and more.
What it is: A bundle of resources & contract templates that every new business owner needs.
Professional Services Agreement (valued at $117)
- This is your 1-on-1 client contract that includes all the clauses you need and a Statement of Work to make sure your clients know what to expect from you and that you're both legally protected.
- This is a legally binding agreement that covers whether your customers can use your logo, repurpose your blogs, backlink to your website, and more!
Non-Disclosure Agreement (valued at $89)
- Preserve your sensitive and confidential information by asking all collaborators to sign this NDA.
Independent Contractor Agreement (valued at $99)
- Whether you're working with a part-time assistant or outsourcing customer support, this template spells out what you need from your independent contractors and how they can expect to be paid.
Terms of Purchase for Digital Goods + Services (valued at $99)
- When someone makes a purchase from you, they’ll know exactly what to expect. This template covers refunds, chargebacks, and how they're allowed to use your stuff.
Who it’s for: New business owners (or anyone who didn’t get their legal ducks in a row from the jump).
When you need it: When starting a new business, hosting a website, selling anything, or hiring contractors.
Why you need it: CEOs and founders have a duty to themselves and their clients to act professionally, and this includes the legal side of things. Plus, these agreements and contracts are a safety net for business owners, establishing legally-binding boundaries, expectations, roles, responsibilities, and more.
*See individual contract descriptions for a list of included clauses