Painstakingly refined in more than 20 years of real client work, these contracts cover problem areas many templates leave out.
Our contracts have been thoroughly reviewed by multiple attorneys familiar with web development and small business.
Each year we submit our contracts for an attorney’s review to be sure we stay up-to-date with current issues affecting client work.
Members can submit location-specific language suggested by their attorneys and other ideas to strengthen the contract.
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Kyle Van Deusen
Founder, OGAL Web Design
Host, The Admin Bar Podcast
You might wonder if you should drop $200 on a contract...
Since the inception of my agency, I’ve relied on a free contract template with almost zero assurance that it had any legitimacy. My strategy was to simply hope that no project would go sideways, and if it did, maybe (just maybe?) my contract would be there to save me.
Over time I’ve added to and adapted my contract into a bit of a Frankenstein to try and cover myself. Unfortunately this made for a long and disjointed document.
I take my business much more serious than this— and my contract could have huge consequences that make “hope” a terrible strategy.
I bought Monster Contracts the moment it went up for sale, and within 30 minutes I had already overridden my old contract. The relief of knowing that I have something that will not only protect me, but my clients, is a weight off of my shoulders.
You might wonder if you should drop $200 on a contract, which I understand… but I can assure you this: it’s cheaper than finding a lawyer to draft you your own, or fighting over your DIY contract in front of a judge. And good luck finding a lawyer with 20+ years of WordPress experience to include all the provisions that we face on a daily basis.
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