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124. Can You Write Your Own Contracts?
Episode 1241st June 2023 • On Your Terms® | Legal Tips Meets Marketing Strategies for Online Business • Sam Vander Wielen
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Do contracts need to be looked over or written by an attorney to be legally binding? As always, I'm here to demystify the complex legal jargon for you and empower you to grow your business on your own terms.

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • Whether a contract needs to be written by an attorney
  • What makes your contract unenforceable
  • Ensuring your contracts are legally binding

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Hey there, and welcome back to On Your Terms. I'm Sam Vander Wielen, your host. I'm an attorney turned entrepreneur who helps online business owners legally protect and grow their online businesses. And each week, I do at least one episode dedicated to a question from you. And this week's question comes from our listener, Merritt. Merritt asks, "Do contracts need to be looked over or written by an attorney to be legally binding?" That is such a good question, Merritt.

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