Each download contains a digital zip file that includes our Legal Template Customization Guide, two Word document versions of your purchased template (one that is the master copy and one that is your working copy to customize), and a PDF Master Version. You will receive one license to personally use the templates for your own business.
Due to the nature of readily available digital products, you will immediately receive access to your legal template at the time of purchase. As a result, we aren’t able to offer refunds. However, we want to make sure that you’re satisfied with your template. If you find your template doesn’t meet your needs or you have any issues with editing it, please reach out to our customer support team at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can help!
Due to lawyer ethics reasons, we are unable to answer on-off legal questions. However, if you want to book a consultation call for 1-on-1 services with founder Amber’s law firm, Gilormo Law, P.C., click here. If you need help locating an attorney licensed in your state, submit your request through our contact form and a member of our team will reach out shortly!
The short answer is no. The longer answer is that when you purchased a legal template that includes one license, you agreed to use it only for yourself. That means you are legally not able to share it with anyone else. We want to make sure that your friends and family are legally protected too, so feel free to provide them with this discount code for 20% off their purchase: CUSTOM20.
All of our templates are drafted to be jurisdictionally neutral and are designed to be used in any state in the U.S. The Boutique Lawyer disclaims that you should have your contract reviewed by a licensed attorney in your state to ensure that your edits and the final contract are 100% compliant with your state’s laws. The Boutique Lawyer contract templates are designed to be used in the U.S. only.
We highly recommend using a comprehensive Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) tool like Dubsado or HoneyBook to collect contract e-signatures as well as organize project documents, send invoices, and collect payments. Alternatively, programs like Docusign and HelloSign allow you to send contracts to clients for e-signature without the added services listed above.
If you send your contract for e-signature, the platform you use should send them an executed copy for them to download and print for their own records. If the contract is signed manually or in counterparts (where your client signs one copy and you sign a different one), it is customary to send your client a fully executed agreement, but an email is typically fine.