Remember contracts are legally binding and you can get crushed if you do not have a contract that protects you properly. It is worth the couple hundred bucks to have an attorney draw up a general contract for you to use.
You can find all types of business forms at www.nebs.com. If you use their search, there are two types: computer forms, for certain programs, and manual. We still use the manual for our program to print out.
We use item #118, and add language specific to our business; plenty of space to add your own wording. Or you could go with larger types that they have.
We also had our attorney assist in the our wording.
North central Indiana
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