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Making an IT Service Agreement
Generally, the reason to draft an IT Service Agreement is to set forth the terms and payment details associated with work being done. Signing this document may decrease the risk of conflicts in the future. Different from a blank PDF template that you may download from another website, your IT Service Contract comes with the option of Document Defense®, so an On Call attorney can reach out on your behalf if you don't get paid or experience any other problem.
No matter what specific work you plan to do, IT Service Agreements are a good idea for any IT professional. You might decide that you want to make this document due to the fact that it can present these benefits:
A few consequences of not having this document in place may include underpayment, incorrect assumptions, unclear due dates, and more potential concerns.
In order to build an IT Service Agreement with Rocket Lawyer, you will need the following information:
As expected, your IT Service Agreement built on Rocket Lawyer also includes the typical legalese regarding the independent work relationship, confidentiality, and lastly, indemnification. When you build your contract, you also will have the ability to pick the jurisdiction under which it will be governed. Further custom alterations are permitted, as well.
Luckily, you don't have to pay hundreds of dollars in fees to put your contract in writing. When using Rocket Lawyer, you can create an IT Service Agreement for free today. Your document will be assembled step by step, as you provide more information. Simply tap or click the button labeled "Make document" to start.
When you are done making your document using Rocket Lawyer, you can see it wherever and whenever you choose. With a Premium membership, you can make edits, print, download it as a Word document or PDF file, add signatures via RocketSign®, and/or copy it as necessary. Alongside each IT Service Agreement, there will be a set of tips for what comes next after the document is finished. Your client should always get copies of the final contract.
Getting a second pair of eyes on your document could take longer than you'd think if you do it on your own. An alternate approach worth consideration is to go through the On Call attorney network. Premium members can request a document review from an attorney with experience in business or send other questions. As a small business owner or operator, you can Work Confidently™ knowing that Rocket Lawyer is by your side.
Last reviewed or updated 08/26/2021