Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

Do I need a lawyer for terms and conditions?

No, you don’t need a lawyer for terms and conditions. Terms and conditions are legally binding, even if a lawyer isn’t involved in the writing of the terms.

To create terms and conditions without a lawyer, you can:

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Be careful when writing your own terms and conditions.

Writing your own terms and conditions can be risky, as you may leave out important language or clauses. Use an attorney-created terms and conditions builder to get comprehensive terms without costly legal bills.

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