How do you present contracts to clients?

Do you just put your Terms & Conditions on your website and make sure the link to them is very clear for clients to see and click on? Do you email them a link to make sure they see the Terms before progressing?

Or do you put them in an email as an attachment? I read that clients can get freaked out by contracts and I want to do this in a non-intimidating but still legally binding way.


Most companies and designers put the contract as an email attachment in the form of a PDF to be signed and returned. This is standard and shouldn’t cause the client any worry. This makes sure that both parties have a copy of it. If you happen to be physically near your client, doing it in person is acceptable as well.

If there is something non-standard in the contract, you may mention it in the email body itself in addition to being in the contract just to make sure they notice it.

Source : Link , Question Author : Pepefan , Answer Author : Zach Saucier

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