The Virtual Assistant Agreement by Paige Hulse

The Virtual Assistant Agreement

Reg. $395
The virtual assistant agreement is exactly what you need before you start your virtual assistant business. It’ll lay out questions you need to answer before you enter into the relationship- such as, what accounts will you get access to? What happens if your client doesn’t provide you with access to the accounts you need to get the job done? Who owns what you create? What must be kept confidential? 
This template is intentionally written from the perspective of the contractor, so that as an employer, you’re able to hand over an agreement that’s easy for your hire to read. However, this contract will protect BOTH sides completely equally. 

Disclaimer

Please note that no guarantees are made in regards to updates, meaning, updates will not occur regularly. Templates are updated at the sole discretion of the Creative Law Shop®. The Creative Law Shop® team disclaims any responsibility for notifying purchasers of updates: please check back at your convenience to find the most updated version of your template. The most recent version of your template will be dated below, for your convenience. As of January 2020, changes to templates are not noted directly- we ask that you read through the template carefully. In the future, changes will be noted. Please remember that we highly encourage you to find an attorney in your state to review your agreement for you, should any questions arise. 


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Creative Law Shop® Template Instructions.pdf
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Virtual Assistant Agreement Template.docx
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