Why you need a Freelancer Agreement
Many Freelancers don’t have any agreement in place when working with their clients, or if they do, they are very basic. This means that if there is any disagreement in the project there is nowhere to turn for answers.
What is a Freelancer Agreement
A Freelancer Agreement provides a basic terms and conditions of a freelancer’s engagement. It will provide a stronger contractual framework between the parties, reduce risk and outline procedures for acceptance, pay, liability, timelines and delays.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do freelancers need an Agreement?
A: Having a contract or agreement in place between a business and a freelancer takes the risk out of the occasion, as both parties will be bound to the terms set out in the document. If any confusion or disputes were to arise, both parties would be able to turn to the agreement to solve problems and find answers.
Q: How to write a Freelancer Agreement
A: Like most things in life, you can create an agreement yourself. However, if you don’t know what you should be adding then you could leave yourself wide open to ambiguity and potential risk. Would you try to do your own plumbing? It’s best to work with our friendly legal team who will be able to use their knowledge of the law combined with your knowledge of your business to create a bespoke Freelancer Agreement that is right for you.
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