Don’t miss these 5 sections in your Client Agreement
Entering into a 1-on-1 relationship with a new client can feel like a nail-biting, nerve-wracking experience if you aren’t legally protected.
You may already know that if you work with 1-on-1 clients, you want to use a written Client Agreement to protect your income – especially if you have a high-end client program.
But what does that Client Agreement need to say?
Does your current Client Agreement have huge gaps leaving you open to liability or loss of income?
Client Agreements to help you cover your buns when it comes to your 1-on-1 clients so you have something in writing to fall back on when a client tries to issue a chargeback, ask for a refund, or get out of your working relationship.
You want written policies to help you get paid. You want a Client Agreement that gives you an an “out” if the client skips calls or doesn’t make payments on time.
There are lots of sections in a well-written Client Agreement but there are 5 key sections that you want to be sure you have in your Client Agreement that you’re currently using.
Pull out your Client Agreement and listen in to this week’s episode so you can be sure you’re covered in these key areas.
Listen to podcast Episode 36 on iTunes HERE so you don’t miss these 5 sections in your Client Agreement.
(Don’t have iTunes? Listen through my website here.)
(Don’t have a Client Agreement? You can get an easy but strong DIY version here.)
In this episode you’ll learn:
- When to use a Client Agreement
- #1 reason to use a Client Agreement and how it protects you
- 5 crucial components of Client Agreements
- 8 profit-protecting points to not miss!
- Why I align boundaries and Client Agreements with the sacral chakra
Be sure to grab your Tip Sheet for this episode HERE for a fab summary of this episode to keep handy so you don’t have to take notes!
As always, I believe that you’re set free to do your best work and create anything that you want when you get legally covered in a loving way.
Here’s to checking your Client Agreement to be sure you’re covered in these 5 key areas!