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Attorney-written Contracts vs. DIY Contracts

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So, one of my most frequently asked legal questions is:

Do contracts need to be reviewed/written by an attorney to be legally binding?”

(AKA, do I need to purchase a legally legit contract, OR can I just DIY my own terms and conditions and call it good?) If that’s something you’ve wondered, you’re not alone, so keep scrolling 👇🏽

Attorney-written Contracts vs. DIY Contracts

Before I answer, I want you to think about it this way:

Do you need to hire a personal trainer to work out? No, but if you do, you’re more likely to reach your goals faster, move more confidently, and prevent injury.

You know, since you’re not a fitness professional and all.

The same is also true with legal contracts.

➡️ On one hand – Anyone can write contracts. There’s nothing particularly unique about an attorney drafting or reviewing one that makes it enforceable.

➡️ On the other hand – contracts that aren’t written by an attorney (at any point) don’t tend to be super…strong, useful, or protective when you need them to be.

And that’s what makes them not legally binding (aka, unenforceable). 

You catch my drift? Sure, you CAN write your own without legal help, but it might leave you with #bigregrets.

In today’s podcast episode, I cover:

👉🏼 My thoughts on whether a contract needs to be written by an attorney

👉🏼 What makes your contract unenforceable

👉🏼 Ensuring your contracts are legally binding

You can listen to the episode on AppleSpotify, or directly on my podcast page.

Oh, and if you love my podcast episodes, take a quick sec to leave a review on Apple, and you’ll be entered to win a $20 Starbucks gift card and a listener shoutout on air!


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