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Service Agreements are legal contracts that define the terms between a service provider and a customer. They outline what work is being done, who is doing it, how the work is compensated, contingency plans, and all other details of the relationship.
Built custom for your situation.
Service Agreements are almost always as unique as each business relationship. Generic Service Agreements usually don't cut it.
Future-proof your service relationship.
Protect your business from unexpected changes by getting your deal and the consequences of breaking that deal in writing.
Good Lawyers are experts in contract law, but they also strive to support your goals and help your business grow.
Schedule a call with the Good Lawyer of your choice and let them know what you're looking for. After that, they'll start drafting your Agreement, communicating directly with you to make sure it gets done the way you want it.
1. Set the scope of work
A good Service Agreement will clearly outline what work is being performed, by who, at what quality, and in what timeframe.
2. Talk dollars and cents
Avoid disagreements and cost overruns by detailing how much will be paid, when, to whom, and on what conditions.
3. Keep it flexible
Include the conditions and methods for amending your agreement. Prevent your deal from falling apart if the situation changes.
4. Follow the law
Illegal provisions might void your Agreement. A lawyer can ensure your deal complies with geographic and industry-specific laws.
Pick a time to discuss your Service Agreement with a Good Lawyer.
Tell your lawyer what you need in the Service Agreement.
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Protect your business with a Service Agreement that's tailored just for you, by a lawyer who cares about helping you succeed.
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