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Making a Tutoring Contract
Tutors and their clients often use Tutoring Contracts as a means of defining the scope of tutoring services that will be performed. With signatures from the client and the tutor, this document can help each party to set reasonable expectations and reduce the risk of conflicts. When you build your Tutoring Contract on Rocket Lawyer, you will have the option to activate Document Defense®, which enables a lawyer to help you demand payment or enforce your rights.
Whether you are providing one-on-one instruction or tutoring a group of students in a learning pod, it is important to capture the details of any commitments to those hiring you in writing. The following list of benefits may help to persuade you:
Some consequences of not having this document in place include incorrect assumptions, incomplete payments, and unclear due dates.
Key details that you may be prompted to cover in your Tutoring Contract are listed below:
As expected, the Tutoring Contract will also include standard legal language with regard to the independent work relationship, the protection of confidential information, and dispute resolution methods. While making your agreement, you'll also have the ability to determine which state's jurisdiction it is subject to. Using the document tool, you are able to implement further custom editing, as necessary.
The cost of finding and working with a conventional lawyer can total anywhere between a few hundred dollars to thousands. If you want to make a Tutoring Contract for free with Rocket Lawyer, simply begin the process by clicking on the button that says "Make Document." As with any legal document that you plan to sign, you can also send it for review by an attorney in our nationwide network.
After completing your custom contract using Rocket Lawyer, you will be able to see it anytime and anywhere. As a Rocket Lawyer member, you may edit, save it in PDF format or as a Word file, print it out, add signatures using RocketSign®, and copy it as needed. Attached to your Tutoring Contract, there's a checklist of helpful tips to follow while finalizing your document. You should be sure to send a final copy of your signed agreement to the client.
It can vary depending on whom you ask, but sometimes an attorney will not even accept requests to review your contract if they weren't the author. A better approach would be via Rocket Lawyer attorney services. If you become a Premium member, you will be able to request advice from an attorney with business experience or get answers to other legal questions about your Tutoring Agreement. As always, Rocket Lawyer is here to support you.