Legal Templates For Consultants

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Consulting With Drafted Legal Templates Bundle

Business consultants know the value of quality input in making decisions. They also understand when to bring in outside help, especially when it comes to legal consultancy. As a professional consultant your job is to help and advise others, so let Drafted Legal help you. With a suite of legal templates specifically aimed at consultants and consulting firms, we take away the tedium of legal jargon, and use our customizable forms to help you protect your business and personal assets. Our consulting templates bundle includes seven legal documents, and explanatory videos and pdfs so you have a good understanding of the documents inside and out.

Wesley Henderson, Esq is a corporate attorney who started his law firm helping businesses like you (and like him) get their businesses off the ground on a budget. He has carefully curated and drafted your document bundle tailored specifically for consultants. This means there is no more guessing about what documents you do and don’t need. Everything you need is in the consulting templates and laid out for you in an easy-to-implement manner.


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Our forms bundle contains all of Drafted Legal templates for consultants, complete with video instructions.


Legal Templates For Consultants FAQs

How do I make sure my clients pay me?
Our payment structure is designed for consultants. It not only sets you up for success but also includes clauses that will help make it easy on you if they balk on payment at any time. Pro Tip: Always include a prevailing party clause (and late fees) in any of your agreements to make sure you have the leverage to collect if a client fails to pay.

Do I need an LLC?
Yes. It’s how to separate yourself (and your personal assets) from your business. It’s a no brainer.

What happens if a client cancels the agreement unexpectedly?
You should have termination clauses that spell out exactly what the obligations are for both parties.

Do I need to have anything in my agreement to protect my process and my content?
Yes, you do. Not only do you need to protect your work product but also protect from a client poaching your employees or independent contractors.

Will my clients sign these agreements?
Yes, if they are going to be good clients. These are fair agreements. If they aren’t willing to sign these agreements then you will have saved yourself a lot of headache down the road. They not only show how professional you are but will also help you quickly sort through clients who value your services and are willing to pay from them from those who do not. The net result will be better relationships with your clients.


Consulting Legal Templates Bundle Content


Consulting Agreement Form

Use this form with your clients. This agreement sets out payment, client responsibilities, limits your liabilities, provides protocols such as rescheduling, and provides you recourse in the event you need (e.g. to collect payment).

Independent Contractor Agreements Form

If you need to utilize another consultant or third party for your business, these templates will be useful. Here, we will set the expectations with your contractor and also protect your business by ensuring your contractor cannot poach a client of yours.

Privacy Policy Form

The website privacy policy is compliant with privacy laws and needs to be posted on your site (along with your terms of use). It does require your attention but is a good starting place.

Terms of Use Form

These set the rules for anyone using your website. In it, there are things like liability limitations, dispute resolution outlines, and DMCA compliance.

Employment Agreement Form

If you hire another consultant or assistant as an employee, you’ll need an agreement to set the terms but also protect your business interests.

Nondisclosure Agreement Form

You may not need this document as often but it’s useful to have ready and available to protect confidential information as needed. You would use this if you are working with or contracting with a third party and you are required to disclose information you want to protect. Of course, your other agreements above include similar provisions of your clients, contractors, and employees. This document would be used in other situations not covered by those above.