Do you have a website (or are planning to do so soon?)
Are you on social media?
Do you have an online group program or course?
Cover your buns with these first legal steps you need:
Legal Starter Kit for Group Programs or Online Courses.
what is the legal starter kit
for group programs or online courses?
The Legal Starter Kit for Group Programs or Online Courses gives you the first legal steps you need to get legally covered when you have a website, are on social media and have an online group program or course. It includes:
DIY Mini-Disclaimer – a short disclaimer to protect your PDFs and social media pages.
DIY Website Disclaimer – a longer disclaimer for your website so people don’t get confused and come after you.
DIY Website Terms & Conditions – a detailed legal document to protect your website content, text and images.
why do you need it?
So you can have detailed, thorough language that disclaims your liability, spells out your sales terms and protects your website content and visitors’ privacy.
So you protect your unique website content and your course materials.
So you include your refund policy and online commerce terms.
So you comply with certain laws and social media policies.
So you have tight legal language to fall back in writing if someone swipes your website copy or doesn’t pay you.
Each DIY template includes:
- Legal 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
How to use it
can I really do it myself?
Yes, you can! Every DIY legal template is written in plain English and can be completed in 60 minutes or less.
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.
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.
Thinking of hosting an online course or program? Talk to Lisa first! As we launched our program for health professionals, we were so fortunate to find Lisa Fraley. We loved that she immediately understood our unique mission and that she offered us turnkey ways to safeguard our brand. She embodies all the wonderful, warm, caring qualities of a health coach with the wisdom and experience of a trained lawyer.