As your copywriting business expands, you may decide to take on junior copywriters or subcontract work out to other writers. If you’re planning on doing this, it makes sense to have a formal agreement between the two of you, so there’s no misunderstanding or awkwardness.
That’s why I wanted to share this Copywriting Subcontracting Agreement template that I’ve used myself with many copywriters.
- The nature of the relationship and how you’re going to work together
- Guarantees and responsibilities, helping you to set expectations for who does what
- Notes on delivery and fees involved
- Termination information – how either one of you can end the agreement, and notice periods
- Rules of confidentiality and copyright
- Your liabilities in case of a claim
Use this simple Copywriting Subcontracting Agreement template to ensure your subcontracting relationship runs smoothly, and help you and the subcontractor work together.
Please note: This document was created by a Contract Lawyer, however we do not claim to be legal experts and take no responsibility for the legality of this document in your country.
We recommend discussing your document with a lawyer if you have legal questions.
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Alison (verified owner) –
I downloaded this agreement after a client requested additional services outside my scope of the project. It is clearly set out and easy to understand. I’d recommend also checking out the retainer and referral agreements too.