That couldn’t be further from the truth. In... || Many WordPress developers avoid contracts for a variety of reasons, the biggest of which is the misconception that contracts need to be large, complicated documents full of fancy legal terms that will most assuredly scare away at least 50% of their prospects. That couldn’t be further from the truth. In reality, the more simple your contract, the better off you’ll be. The words used, the intricacy and the length of a contract have no bearing on its validity. Truth be told, if you really get down to the nitty-gritty details, there are only two crucial aspects that you need to focus on in order to create a rock-solid, iron-clad contract. If you spend a little time researching WordPress development contracts online, you’ll notice an emphasis on the terms and conditions. Very little is said about what’s actually required to form a contract between two parties. In reality, both an understanding of contract law and clear terms and conditions are required if you want to create a contract that has any chance of standing up in court. Why Having a Valid Contract Matters I can already hear the grumbles emanating from the blogosphere! “Why do I
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