Contracts For Creatives

“My passion is protecting yours, so that you can create with confidence.” ~Paige Hulse

I have learned the hard way over the years that in order to run a successful business you have to make sure that both you and your clients are protected in all ways, for each other and from each other. And when I started my business, I was pretty lost on how I was going to put together a sound contract that I could truly trust and covered all the bases.

After asking around and doing some research, I discovered  Paige Hulse. She has been a lawyer for years and decided to open up a law firm that dealt directly with creative entrepreneurs like me! It couldn’t have been a better match! I now use multiple contracts from her shop in my business and know that if I need to talk to a professional lawyer that understands my business, she’s the girl I turn to!

From Paige: “There’s a way to respond to and protect yourself from copycats, to graciously negotiate contracts, and how to confidently work with clients. The legalities of business don’t take care of themselves, no; but taking care of them will allow your business to grow. My business exists for one purpose: to help creatives build businesses that are strong from the inside out, so they have more time for what matters most: creating.”

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Here are a few of my favorite templates from Paige Hulse that I use in my business…



She also has an amazing assortment of contract templates for wedding planners, photographers, and creative entrepreneurs!!


If you decide to snag one of her templates, you’ll also receive a screen-share video tutorial from Paige walking you through your contract (so helpful!).


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