Website Terms and Conditions: Your Website Terms and Conditions sets up all the ground rules for your website. It tells website visitors how they can (and can’t use your content), what are your online commerce policies, how you handle disputes, and enforces limits on your financial liability in case things go off track. Basically, it makes it much safer to do business online.
Website Disclaimer: Your Website Disclaimer tells people who you are and what you do and more importantly, who you are not and what you don’t do. It makes clear what you will not be bringing to the relationship so that you are not improperly blamed for any negative results.
#1 Priority Mini-Disclaimer Pack: Your Mini-Disclaimer and Mini-Mini Disclaimer are two short (and shorter) versions of your business disclaimer that you will use as a powerful first line of defense against getting into legal hot water. Put them on your emails, handouts, PDFs, slides, social media platforms so you know you're buttoned up and not going to get blamed for anything you’re not responsible for.
1:1 Client Agreement: Your 1:1 Client Agreement is for working with your clients in a one-on-one relationship to get you both on the same page before you start working together. It creates clear boundaries around money, scope, and your shared content. With all of the housekeeping handles upfront, you can begin your working relationship with clarity, harmony, and immediate trust.
Testimonial Release: Your Testimonial Release allows you to use the wonderful things that people write about you in your marketing in a safe and legal way. It gives you permission to use testimonials about you and your business, plus any accompanying names/photos, with confidence and security.
Live Event Publicity Release [aka “Consent to Use Photo, Video & Audio Recordings”]: Your Live Event Publicity Release protects you when you capture photographs, video, and audio recordings for your business. It gives you the right to use media containing other people’s materials (their image, voice, etc.) safely, with certainty that you have permission.
Payment Plan Addendum: Your Payment Plan Addendum sets up your payment terms and payment schedules with the details for each payment reviewed and initialed by your client so that you are protected when offering a client a payment plan. It eliminates the potential for a client to have any “misunderstandings” of their obligations and protects you from being left “high and dry” by a client.
Credit Card Authorization: Your Credit Card Authorization protects you when you create a payment plan with a client, so that you may charge your customer’s card when each payment is due, without having to get any additional authorization.