day 2 of 2012 success tools: contracts

Complete Legal Portrait Contract This client-friendly document for your business spells out with ease the information that tends to get lost in legal documents due to legal language. Written in easy to understand terms, this 3-page Design Aglow exclusive offers tons of mix and match options. Now tailor your contracts to cover model release, payment, studio policies, photographer's rights, liability, retouching terms, and more! Click here to see everything included in the portrait contract! Complete Legal Wedding Contract

It's a crazy world we live in, and your business should be protected from any of its zany (and possibly damaging) possibilities. Design Aglow's Complete Wedding Contract is a multi-page, fully customizable document that covers uncomfortable possibilities: from divorce of clients to sexual harassment at an event, to the more mundane album policy and payment terms. Protect yourself, your business and your clients, and ensure weddings come together beautifully and without worry.

Click here to see everything included in the Complete Wedding Contract!

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