Two parties wishing to enter into a coaching service agreement can use this Coaching Client Agreement. The document consists of two parties: the coach providing coaching services and the client, the recipient of such services.
Two parties wishing to enter into a coaching service agreement can use this Coaching Client Agreement. The document consists of two parties: the coach providing coaching services and the client, the recipient of such services. In recent years, coaching has become a popular activity, especially in the online area. Therefore, with this agreement, both parties may enter into a legal instrument.
Most coaches work as freelancers, so they are individual entities and are recruited according to their recommendations and experience. A coaching relationship can cover any topic. The most common ones are life, health, and business, but can include other issues as well.
In the document, parties specify details of the relationship as well as standard contract terms such as choice of law and venue.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
If a coach or a client wants to sign a coaching contract, this document can be used. Either party may complete the document regardless of the size and structure of the services provided. This agreement can also be used for online-only coach and client relationships.
The party filing the document have to specify identifying information about parties, such as names, addresses, etc. Also, the document must consist of details about the actual coaching project and services, such as fee information, duration, topics.
A completed document should be printed and signed by both parties. We recommend keeping copies in case any future disputes arise.
Individual state laws govern Coaching Client Agreements.