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Making an Advertising Agency Agreement
Agency operators and clients often use Advertising Agency Agreements as a means of documenting their work together. By accepting this agreement with each other, both parties will know what to expect. With Rocket Lawyer, your Advertising Agency Contract isn't a generic template. In case you ever need assistance from an attorney in the event of nonpayment or any other issue, your Rocket Lawyer membership offers the optional benefit of Document Defense®.
Even if you are new to the industry, it is always important to record the details of your work in a contract. These benefits may be helpful for you:
Anyone choosing not to use an Advertising Agency Contract should anticipate common issues like late or unpaid invoices and the miscommunication of requirements.
The specific details that you might want to add are:
As expected, your Advertising Contract template built on Rocket Lawyer also contains the standard language about the non-employment relationship, dispute resolution methods, and lastly, indemnity. While making your contract, you'll also be able to determine the jurisdiction under which it will be governed. Additional alterations are allowed, as needed.
Fortunately, you don't have to start from scratch when putting your contract in writing. With the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, any agency operator can draft an Ad Agency Agreement online very easily. Your document is constructed section by section, as you enter more details along the way. Normally, for this level of personalization, you might ultimately end up paying a conventional law firm fees in the hundreds of dollars, if not more.
To make your Advertising Contract legally binding, you need to sign it, digitally with RocketSign® or otherwise. Your client should always get a copy of the fully executed contract. As a Rocket Lawyer member, you also may print, save it as a PDF document or Word file, and copy it as needed.
If you try it on your own, seeking out a legal professional to provide feedback on your document may be time-intensive and relatively costly. Certain attorneys may not even agree to review a document if they did not write it. In the event that an attorney does decide to provide advice on your document, they would still demand a fee to do it. An easier route is through the On Call network. With a Premium membership, you can get your agreements examined by an experienced business attorney. Whether you create additional copies of your Advertising Agency Contract or other contracts, we will be by your side.