CONTRACT FAQsContract Q & A
How long until my contract template is shipped? We guarantee daily shipment by E-mail within 24 hours. But, most orders are shipped within about 2 hours, and many are shipped within 10 minutes.
How long have you been selling contract templates? We've been selling contracts and templates since 1983, on the Web since 1994, and in customizable Word docs since 2002. We know the law and we know what you need in a contract. And, just for the record, some of our best customers are attorneys!
Why should I buy a contract template from Contract Kingdom? For lots of very good reasons! Here they are:
All our contracts are easy to understand because they are written in simple English for use in the 21st Century. No confusing, archaic legalese — not a "whereas" or "heretofore" or "party of the first part" anywhere!
Our contract templates are:
|* Legally Binding||* Affordable|
|* Reviewed by An Attorney||* Unlimited Use|
|* Fully Customizable||* Shipped Daily by E-mail|
|* Easy to Understand||* In Word Files|
|* Shipped with a FREE Help PDF|
|* Backed by FREE and Unlimited E-mail Support|
|* Negotiable in Most English-Speaking Countries|
|* Available in Discounted Bargain Bundles|
We also offer:
|* Additional custom language at no additional charge|
|* New contracts written for the price of a template|
And we make it as easy as possible:
|* NO Registration Required|
|* NO Monthly Subscriptions|
|* NO Personal Info Forms to Fill Out|
|* NO PDFs to Re-Type|
Please read what our Satisfied Customers have to say about our contracts and our service. And, here are answers to a few other frequently asked questions.
How can I tell what's in a contract if I can't see it before I buy it?
Everything that's included in each contract is listed, and the contracts are very comprehensive. You can view a sample page of one of our contracts. If after purchasing a contract you require additional language, all you have to do is contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and the language you request will be written for you at no additional charge.
How come you don't show samples of all your contracts?
Because we don't want to mislead you into using a customized sample instead of a contract template that shows the generic, uncustomized version of the contract, complete with any optional language. If you don't know what you're doing, using a sample could result in you using an invalid contract.
How long are your contracts?
The page length varies from one contract to another. After you delete language you don't need or want, add descriptions of your services, and adjust the font sizes to meet your needs, your customized version may stay the same length, or it may be shorter or longer.
How frequently are your contracts updated and reviewed by attorneys?
All contracts are updated as required or requested. All new contracts are reviewed by an attorney. All contracts are also reviewed whenever changes are made to the substance of an agreement such that the legality of the document must be confirmed.
Do I really need a contract? Yes. Every person and business will eventually need at least one. Contracts are meant to clarify agreements we make with others. They protect us if the other person or business does not keep up their end of the bargain. And, if a lot of money is at stake and a lawsuit is pending, a contract can almost always prevent costly litigation.
Do I need to hire a lawyer? Yes. At some point, everyone will need a lawyer, especially for the preparation of sophisticated and complex legal documents. But for simple small business contracts, you can expect to rely on templates. To be on the safe side, have an attorney do a quick review of any contract you use to be sure it complies with all the laws in your city, state, county, or country.
What's wrong with a freebie contract? Web sites have good reasons for offering you freebies. It's mainly because they sell ads and they need a lot of visitors to justify the prices of those ads. Freebies encourage people to visit. Their contracts might not be legally binding and there may be no support for them. In other words, you get what you pay for.
Can I use a contract of a friend or business associate? Probably not. Most people customize their contracts and, in doing so, they may omit or delete some of the most protective language. And no two businesses are ever the same, so that "borrowed" contract may not exactly fit your needs.
Should I buy from a big Web site run by lawyers? That's entirely up to you. If you can get a good price, unlimited use, fast service, and unlimited free and immediate support, by all means buy from them.