You’re in the early stages of your online business.

Or maybe you’ve  been established for a while.

Either way, the thought of hiring an attorney to draft custom contracts and policies sounds complicated and pricey, am I right?

 Maybe you’ve said, “I’ll deal with legal later. . .”

And later hasn’t happened yet.

Maybe you’ve done some Google research and tried to cut and paste together a jankity contract based on a combination of blog posts, podcast episodes, and what your girlfriend’s aunt’s cousin’s friend has relied on in her business.

But every time you send that Frankenstein agreement to a potential client you cringe and think: “Does this REALLY protect me?”

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