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Making a Personal Appearance Agreement
If you are a celebrity, you should consider making Personal Appearance Agreements to safeguard yourself as you plan to provide appearances. Making this essential document may lower the risk of disagreements down the road. With Rocket Lawyer, your Personal Appearance Contract is not a generic template. If you ever need assistance from an attorney in the event of missed payments or another problem, your membership offers the optional benefit of Document Defense® protection on every contract.
As a famous personality, it is always important to get the details of your appearances in writing. Signing a Personal Appearance Agreement could be good for you because of the following list of benefits:
If you opt not to make this document, neither party will get to enjoy any of the benefits associated with having one.
You should organize the following information:
As you would expect, Personal Appearance Agreements that you make using Rocket Lawyer also contain the standard legalese about the non-employment relationship between the celebrity and event organizer, liability, and finally, dispute resolution methods. During the process of building your contract, you also will have the ability to pick which state's jurisdiction it falls under. Using the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you are able to implement more personalized editing, if necessary.
Fortunately, you don't have to pay an expensive law firm to put your agreement in writing. With the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, anyone can create a Personal Appearance Agreement for free online today. Your document will be built piece by piece, as you provide more details. Simply click on the button labeled "Make document" to begin.
Alongside your Personal Appearance Agreement, you will find a set of helpful tips to follow while finalizing the document. You are encouraged to interact with your contract in any or all of the following ways: making edits, printing, saving it in Word or PDF format, or signing it electronically via RocketSign®. Most importantly, you will need to provide a final copy of your signed contract to your client.
It may depend on whom you reach out to, but sometimes an attorney won't even agree to review your contract if they were not the author. An easier approach worth consideration is to request help from Rocket Lawyer On Call® network of attorneys. If you become a Premium member, you have the ability to request advice from an attorney with experience in business or ask additional legal questions related to your Personal Appearance Contract. As always, Rocket Lawyer is here for you.