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  • 5 Reasons Why You Cannot Use a Contract You Found Online for Your Business

    I’m shaking things up a bit this week. I am thrilled have been chosen to be a guest blogger with Shopify’s Web Design and Development Blog. The topic? Legal contracts, of course! Take a read for yourself and let me know what you think in the comments! … Read more »

  • One Little Word Can Really Mess Up Your Legal Contract

    Saying the legal industry is slow to change is not up for much debate. Fortunately, we are starting to see changes in the legal landscape that are really exciting because of the opportunities and potential that they bring. One of the changes that we are starting to see is the use of plain language i … Read more »

  • Don’t Give In To Contract Bullies

    My kids came home from school recently talking about using your “wits”. I had no idea what they were talking about. They then explained it’s a way to deal with bullies at school. I find that using this same acronym can be used when negotiating your legal contracts. Walk Away. If provisions in a cont … Read more »

  • 3 Reasons Why A Photographer Needs A Contract

    As a professional photographer, having a contract that you enter into with your clients is essential. No matter the type of session – wedding, newborn, maternity, family or corporate – you need to have an agreement in writing with your clients. Why? There are a few good reasons. 1. Protection. A pro … Read more »

  • Spice Up Your Life! How To Add Some Flair To Your Small Business Contracts

    Have you ever thought about how to incorporate your brand into your business contracts so that they are not so technical and stuffy? As I say over and over, a legal contract is essential to your business. Yet to edit words or phrases in your contract in order to make it more in line with your brand … Read more »

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