I agree. Most contracts, rife with legal jargon, raise a flag for the client, too. It can be a bit overwhelming, especially for a new client. They may fear becoming victim to the fine print. I like the idea of a more casual contract, however it does have the small caveat of being strictly reliant on identifying the “good” clients. I would love to read an article about how exactly you separate the good from the potentially bad before you proceed to do business. If there are common red flags to avoid, then we can make informed decisions moving forward and, potentially, never need to enforce any legal action. Cheers!

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