To Draft A Good Consulting Services Agreement You May Require A Qualified Attorney. But Do You Know Enough To Judge If Your Attorney’s Doing A Good Job?
A lot of consulting entrepreneurs believe that drafting a good contract and agreement for consulting services is an attorney’s job. They get themselves the best attorney they can afford, and then take their eyes off the contract.
This attitude towards outsourcing legal help doesn’t work. You have to know enough about agreement drafting to at least know if your attorney is on the right lines to protect you and your client. Also, without your help, most of the critical parts of the draft cannot be filled.
Contracts and agreements need special care when you consider what will happen between you and your client if things go terribly wrong. The contract will help to either resuscitate the relationship or help the parties to part ways – but do so without bad blood or erosion of brand equity.
At Solohacks Academy, we believe you should always draft a consulting services agreement with as much detail as you can include, so that all contingencies are factored in as best as you can anticipate them. Try to brainstorm and cover as many ups and downs as you can think of. That is your best insurance for the future.