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  • Writer's pictureTanya S Osensky

How I Help: Contract Forms

I have been working with a client on a customer contract template for his brand new consulting firm. The trouble was that, since his business was new, he wasn’t sure exactly what he needed to cover in the contract. He didn’t know what all the “what ifs” might be.

When I work with clients on a contract, I talk through various scenarios to help them anticipate roadblocks and steer around them.

But I also tell them that no contract is set in stone. A contract, especially a form, should be treated as a living document that’s continuously updated to account for changes that will come up from time to time.

The entrepreneur who is setting up a new business has to wear all the hats, but may not be sure what all the potential scenarios might be. Have you ever read a “choose your own adventure” book? It's time to check what's behind door #2...

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