Customizable DIY Legal Templates for Copywriters
Handling the legal side of your business doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are some of our most popular DIY legal templates for copywriters.
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Client Agreement for Copywriters$249.00
If you are a copywriter, words are your livelihood and you know that the legal words in your agreement matter. This agreement has been created for copywriters to protect the issues that arise most. You can protect the rights of both parties and clearly define the scope of work including payment terms, draft management, deadlines, client management, and more.
Disclaimer for Instagram Stories$29.00
Do you use Instagram as a way to market your business? Or, do you offer information that could come from a professional? If so, adding a disclaimer to your Highlights is an easy way to ensure that your audience knows how to use your content. This template includes sample disclaimers for: business growth and coaching information; financial information; fitness information; health information; medical information; and, nutrition information. There's also a template for Registered Dietitians.
Ebook and Lead Magnet Disclaimer$19.00
Have you published an ebook? Or, do you have a lead magnet for your audience as an incentive to subscribe to your mailing list. This template includes a general disclaimer that can be used on any type of content. It also has more specific options for certain types of information, including: business growth and coaching information; financial information; fitness information; health information; medial information; nutrition information; and, recipes.
Independent Contractor Agreement$249.00
If you offer services as an independent contractor (or you hire someone to fill that role in your own business!), this contract template can help protects your rights and clearly defines the scope of your work including when you will get paid, who owns the content that you create, and what happens when it's time to end the partnership.
Note: if you are not sure if a hire should be a contractor or an employee, please talk to a lawyer. This template is only a guide for the agreement and does not offer any guidance on when hiring a contractor is appropriate.
Now and then, you'll need to disclose confidential information about your business to a third party. Naturally you want to make sure that the information stays secret. A nondisclosure agreement (also commonly referred to as an NDA) helps you protect the confidentiality of the information and you can rest more easily before sharing.
When you purchase this NDA, you will also receive a mutual non-disclosure agreement (MNDA), which is used when both parties will be disclosing confidential information.
As a business owner, you may offer bonuses to people who refer you new clients. It's usually simple: You enter into the referral relationship by agreeing to pay a commission or bonus to someone who sends you new business. This template has been created for business owners who enter this type of referral relationship so you can ensure that all of the details have been defined.
If you are using affiliate links and tracking for your referrals, this is not the right agreement for you. Instead, you may want to review our Affiliate Program Terms and Conditions.
Note: This agreement may not be appropriate for all businesses, such as those professions that prohibit fee splitting. It is up to you to determine whether or not your business may engage in this type of transaction.
Speaker Agreement Contract$249.00
Have something to say? Becoming a speaker at events is a great way to share your message, grow your brand, and make some money. Be sure that your rights are protected by this legal contract, which was created for use by either speakers or event planners.
As a service business owner, you want to ensure that you protect your business if you hire subcontractors to work with you on client projects. This template has been created for service business owners to protect their business and their client relationships.
Virtual Assistant Agreement$249.00
Do you work as a VA (virtual assistant) or want to hire someone to do that job in your own business? This contract helps define what tasks you'll do (and not do) as well as how and when payments are made, who owns the content created, what's covered in terms of confidentiality and also exactly when and how a VA can approach other clients.
Your website is one of the most important parts of your business. It’s likely a place that you’ve invested a lot of time and money. So, don't risk it all by forgetting one important legal piece: your disclaimer.
Website Policies Bundle$299.00
As a website owner, it is important to ensure that you have the appropriate policies on your website to protect your business and disclose important information to your audience, like what personal information you collect. This bundle includes our three most popular website policies and gives you a great discount for purchasing them together. You save 33% off of the regular price of the forms by buying this bundle.