Custom, Lawyer-Drafted Service Agreements for Ontario Businesses

A service agreement or contract for services is a legally binding contract you enter into with your clients prior to providing them with any work through your business. 

Create a Rock-Solid Service Agreement

Your business service contract will outline the terms and conditions you and your clients agree that you will be providing your services under. 

These terms and conditions include disclaimers limiting your liability and other essential terms such as protections for confidential information the parties may share with each other, when your services are deemed complete, when the client will have to pay your invoices, and what happens if they don’t.

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Why do I need a contract for services with my clients?

How many clients do you anticipate your business will serve next year? Every time you sign up a new client for your services you will increase your profits but also create new risks for your business. Don’t download a service agreement template with sample terms and conditions for services containing improper or incomplete terms that you may not understand.

Having a proper legally binding service contract template drafted by a licensed Ontario contract lawyer will help minimize risk for your business, improve the chances you’ll collect your invoices from your clients, and increase your billings by clearly outlining the services you will be delivering so you can charge for any additional work the client asks you to complete.

Whether you’re looking for a business to business service agreement or a business to consumer service agreement for your Ontario based business, you’ll want your contract for services to provide the maximum amount of protection. No matter if you’re an independent consultant, operate a virtual business, or work from a traditional brick and mortar location, Supply Law offers affordable flat fee contract drafting services tailored for your Ontario based business.

How to Draft a Service Agreement with Supply Law

1.

Submit your request for a consultation.

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A licensed Ontario contract lawyer will contact you and provide you with a questionnaire about your business and the services you are offering.

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Return your completed questionnaire and your lawyer will produce a draft version of your service agreement.

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Review your draft service agreement and provide your feedback.

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Your lawyer will review your feedback, make any necessary amendments, and provide you with a final draft version of your service agreement that you can use right away.

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* As with all legal matters, pricing will ultimately depend on the complexity of the situation and the time a lawyer spends working on a file. All references to pricing and flat rate fees reflect the standard rate in usual circumstances. In the event the complexity or time spent working on a file exceeds usual circumstances Supply Law reserves the right to provide you with a revised estimate and you may choose to accept the new estimate and continue with work or terminate the retainer agreement and only pay for those services already rendered.