Introducing the Disclaimers Template!
Congratulations! We are so proud that you're willing to protect your business.
All your hard work deserves to be taken care of legally.
And if you're here, I'm guessing you're ready to take the next step in making your business legitimate.
You already know you're legally required to have a Disclaimer in place on your website if you have any affiliate marketing.
And you already know a free Disclaimer template won't hold up if there are any disputes.
But you ALSO know you don't want to spend the HOURS of your precious time trying to decide what's legit and what's false advertising.
And you DEFINITELY don't want to spend the THOUSANDS of dollars it would take to have an attorney like Steve draft a Disclaimer page for you.
But you might be wondering what the Disclaimer page ACTUALLY DOES!
After all, most veteran entrepreneurs (let alone new coaches, bloggers, or freelancers) are often so confused about what they need to protect their business.
We see comments like this all the time!
"I have been having so much trouble doing the legal pages by myself. I don't know where to start and I don't know what's true and what's not!"
"I've been soooooo stressed about finding the right legal documents for my online business. The free ones seem super sketchy but I've seen attorneys charge between $700 and $2,000 for the page. With all the other stuff I'm paying for as start up costs, I just don't have those kinds of resources to pay for that."
"I don't want my business to have any legal liability issues when I'm starting out. I want to protect my business before anything can happen, but I also don't want to spend $1,000+. "
And that is EXACTLY why we wanted to create a Disclaimer template for you!
The Disclaimers explain that someone using your website is doing so at their own risk, reducing your liability and risk.
It also explains the relationship between the producer and consumer.
It levels expectations and provides shielding from liability.
These are 100% necessary to comply with the FTC and similar laws with respect to affiliate marketing or being compensated for reviews
Without taking those few simple steps, you put yourself at senseless risk of legal liability.
Having a legitimate Disclaimer page is VITAL for protecting your business.
But if you don't have a legitimate Disclaimer set up for your business, you will be leaving it unprotected!
Without it, you would be at risk for lawsuits and other legal disputes!
I mean, imagine waking up to a lawsuit...
Spending years of your precious time...
Tens of thousands of your hard-earned income (if not more!)...
And so much stress...
That would affect you, your business, and your family...
All because you didn't take the time to put up a real Disclaimer page on your website.
Just doesn't seem worth it, right?
We know you're not the kind of person to chance it.
Not with everything you've got on the line.
Who's The Lawyer Behind the Template?
We're Steve and Marissa Paysinger, the brother and sister team at Entrepreneur Contracts. Steve is the attorney bringing the experience in law and Marissa brings the experience in entrepreneurship and marketing.
Steve graduated from the Michigan State University School of Law in 2016 after working as law clerk since 2005. In Law School, Steve not only was a member of the Moot Court, but he was also on the Dean's list. He's licensed to practice law in Colorado and he continues to practice law full-time.
One of his favorite things about being a lawyer is helping people translate the "legalese" into something they can understand and helping people protect themselves.
After spending time building her copywriting company and blog, Marissa realized just how many small online businesses need someone to turn to for legal information.
Every time she built a website or created a contract with a client or made a course, she would have Steve make sure it looked right.
But when she listened to the struggles of the other course creators, coaches, and freelancers in her network, she realized how much of a maze the legal side of business is for most entrepreneurs.
After all, not everyone has a brother who has spent the past 12 years in law!
She finally convinced Steve how much other entrepreneurs needed reliable, accurate, and affordable information about the legal side of business and together we created Entrepreneur Contracts
What to Expect
Simple & Effective Customization
We design all of our templates with your business' time and money in mind. There are a few highlighted fields for you to fill out and then they will be distributed throughout the rest of the form! There are instructions and instant downloads available so you can start using the template right away
Drafted and Reviewed by a Top Lawyer
Our templates have been drafted and reviewed by a Top 40 Under 40 lawyer, so you can rest easy knowing your business is protected. We also provide updates for your templates whenever the major or important changes in the law - completely free of any additional charge
Eliminate Stress & Overwhelm
Caught between scraping some free template off the internet and paying a lawyer a small fortune to ensure your small business and website is protected? Meet the 21st century solution: our templates designed to make compliance and protection easy, without all the hassle and expense
"When you get your business up and running, so many people forget about getting the legal side set up. Everyone needs templates and legal pages created by an experienced and expert lawyer. It gives me such peace of mind knowing I'm protecting my business. I knew i needed to protect my business with a Privacy Page but I had no idea where to start. I knew I wouldn't break the bank and I could get my legal pages done fast! I knew I was getting quality documents to protect my business from legal disputes."
-- Camille Sanchez
The Disclaimer Templates
Many online entrepreneurs like freelancers, coaches, bloggers, and marketers often forget the Disclaimers Page on their website. This can lead to lawsuits when someone expects the same results as the information you provide on your website.
If you do any kind of affiliate marketing, you will need to have a Disclaimer Policy on your website to be compliant with the FTC. They require you to disclose your affiliate relationships, links, and other information you publish on your website if you receive compensation financially. This includes commissions or other incentives you receive when someone purchases through a link you provide on your website.
Having a Disclosure Policy on your website can help protect you from violating the FTC policies as well as from lawsuits.
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-- Heather Denning
"One of the first things I sorted out! "
-- Lauren Barlow
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-- Maria Ancurio