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Making a Handyman Contract
Handyworkers and their clients use Handyman Contracts as a means of laying out the scope and payment terms for tasks to be performed. Whether your home or business fix-it projects are simple or ongoing, this type of service agreement helps ensure that you and your client see eye to eye on the project, cost, and timeline specifics. When you build your Handyman Contract on Rocket Lawyer, you have the option to access Document Defense®, which enables a lawyer to help you get paid or enforce your rights.
Even if you are being hired by an acquaintance, it is always recommended that you have them sign a Handyman Contract. You might choose to sign a Handyman Contract because it can present the helpful benefits outlined here:
Ultimately, if you opt not to make a Handyman Agreement, neither party will be able to enjoy all of the associated benefits.
You should organize the following details:
As you might expect, Handyman Contracts that you make with Rocket Lawyer also include the typical legal language about the non-employment relationship between the handyman and property owner, confidentiality, and lastly, indemnification. In the process of building your agreement, you'll also have the ability to select the jurisdiction under which it will be governed. More personalized editing is possible, as needed.
Fortunately, you will not have to reinvent the wheel to put your agreement in writing. When using the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, handymen should feel empowered to draft Handyman Contracts very easily. Your contract is built step by step, as you enter details throughout the process. Typically, given the level of customization, you could end up paying a traditional lawyer a few hundred dollars, if not more, in fees.
Your Handyman Contract comes with its own list of suggested next steps to take after your document is completed. You also can take any of these actions related to your document: making edits, signing electronically via RocketSign®, downloading it in PDF format or as a Word file, or printing it out. Most importantly, you should make sure to send a copy of your signed contract to the other party.
If you do it by yourself, getting a lawyer to check your agreement might be time-intensive and relatively expensive. Certain attorneys will not even accept requests to review a contract if they did not write it. If an attorney does decide to provide advice about your document, they would still demand their standard rate for doing it. An easier option would be via the Rocket Lawyer On Call® network. By becoming a Premium member, you can get your documents examined by an attorney with business experience. Whether you decide to make Handyman Agreements or other documents for your business, Rocket Lawyer is here to help.