When you are ready to work with a Graphic Designer
it’s key to have a written Agreement so you both can feel CLEAR and COMFORTABLE as to what you’re agreeing to.
what is an agreement for hiring a graphic designer?
This Agreement is a legally binding agreement that you both are entering into – and it sets forth for the requirements and expectations of both of you. It’s the best way to make sure you are on the same page right from the outset.
It also means that you are CONTRACTING with your Graphic Designer. Using an Agreement means that your Graphic Designer is an INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. They are not an employee. There is a huge legal – and practical – distinction between an Independent Contractor and an Employee.
why do you need it?
The DIY Agreement for Hiring a Graphic Designer includes:
- Agreement Template – for you to download and complete
Thorough – but simple to personalize for your business
In plain English so it’s easy to understand
Created with deep care and Legal Love™
- Audio Guide – to walk you through the template. You fill in the blanks and it’s ready to use! In just 1 hour, you will learn:
What it says and where to customize it
How it protects you
When to use it
can I really do it myself?
Listen to the audio guide and follow along as I read the document aloud, and you’ll easily see where to fill in the blanks for your business.
the DIY investment?
one payment of $397
four payments of $107
Please note that these documents are legal templates to complete and personalize yourself. They do not create an attorney-client relationship and are not to be construed as legal advice. Always have a local attorney review any legal document that you use in your business to be sure they comply with your state and local laws. Lisa is licensed as an attorney in the State of Ohio.
Purchase a 30-Minute Power Hour with Lisa
to ask questions about the template
after you’ve completed it.
(Note that this does not include a legal review
of your document.)
want it done for you?
to see if Lisa can help you
or can refer you to another attorney.