Businessese Contract Toolbox

If you need to learn best practices for how to use templates, the Businessese Contract Toolbox can help.

From understanding how to work with your contract template and handling requests for revisions to making amendments and addressing issues like avoiding scope creep or setting boundaries, the Businessese Contract Toolbox has you covered.

What's Included with the Businessese Contract Toolbox?

The Businessese Contract Toolbox is organized into four main sections, which cover:  

  • Working with legal templates, including tips for editing, naming parties, and more
  • Handling requests for revisions, including a list of some of the most commonly requested revisions
  • Amending contracts, including a contract amendment template
  • Exclusive Businessese Contract Guides, which are deeper dives into topics related to contracts

What topics are covered by the Businessese Legal Guides?  

  • Addressing Generative Artificial Intelligence in Your Contract
  • Setting Boundaries in Client Agreements
  • How to Avoid Scope Creep
  • Common Contract Mistakes
  • Purchase Policies and Refund Requests
  • Crafting Strong Payment Provisions in Your Contract
  • Using Subcontractors

Who Needs the Businessese Contract Toolbox? 

The Businessese Contract Toolbox is included as a bonus in many of our legal templates, but it is also a great option if you are lookign for more information on using legal templates. It's also a great resource for learning more about contracts. 

How to Use Businessese Templates


Select and purchase your template.


Download your template and instructions.


Customize your template.


Save and send for signature.


You will have lifetime usage of the template. Once you download it, you can use it as many times as you want for YOUR business, in accordance with our product license.

YES! We don’t expect you to be a legal expert, so when the law changes or we make an update to the template, we will send you a notification that there has been an update.

You will receive the template in a word doc format, which you can open as a google doc or in another word processing program, if needed.

Absolutely! We love playing matchmaker with our templates. Submit the contact form and we are happy to point you in the right direction.

No, even though Businessese is owned by a lawyer, it is not a law firm. If you are interested in engaging Danielle specifically, check out her law firm, Liss Legal, which is a completely separate business.

You can share your templates among your own business interests. For example, if you own two businesses, you can use it for each of those two businesses. You are strictly prohibited from sharing it outside of your own business interests. For more information, please visit our product license.