— TermsandConditionsEsq.com, a site dedicated to educating website and app owners on the legal and practical complexities associated with terms and conditions, has announced that they are now offering custom services for this niche. Those who own a website or app can get a custom terms and conditions document created for their digital property. This service helps to protect owners from potential lawsuits and other legal problems that may be brought by users.
Richard Chapo, the experienced attorney behind TermsandConditionsEsq.com, commented “These days, just about anyone can put up a simple website online or create an app and sell or give it away in one of the major app stores. Unfortunately, many webmasters and developers are unaware of the legal issues they could be creating for themselves when they fail to pay attention to their terms and conditions. Website terms and conditions act as a contract between website visitors or app users and the business. In light of that fact, customization of terms is critical in the current legal environment, and we want to help website and app owners protect themselves as much as possible.”
At http://www.termsandconditionsesq.com, website and app owners can fill out a short contact form to inquire about having custom terms and conditions drafted for their site. Each document will be unique to the business owner’s digital properties, as the terms for a dating site, for example, should be drafted much differently than those for an ecommerce site.
The team at TermsandConditionsEsq.com will review an online property before providing business owners with a flat fee quote. Once the quote is accepted, they will clarify policies with the site or app owner, create a custom draft, go over the draft with the client, and then perform an additional final review once the terms and conditions are posted.
As Chapo goes on to say, “The days of generic agreements are long gone. This is especially true given the passage of numerous state laws, recent court decisions, and cross-border conflicts between national laws. One lawsuit is all it takes to shut down a business forever, and we are proud to be offering a service that can help website and app owners avoid this fate.”
TermsandConditionsEsq.com is a property of the Law Office of Richard A. Chapo. Mr. Chapo has more than 20 years of experience practicing law with the last 15 devoted to advising online businesses. The goal with this website is to educate consumers on the legal and practical complexities associated with terms and conditions. As needed, the law firm can provide custom solutions that meet the needs of businesses in an online legal environment that is forever growing more complex.
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