Do you need access to form contracts? Have you checked out Docracy?
What are you waiting for?
Docracy is an online resource for crowd-sourced contract templates. I’ve used documents that I found on Docracy in my own law practice, and I’ve also contributed to the cause by uploading a couple of my own contracts for others to use. The quality of documents that have been uploaded to Docracy ranges from good to not so great, but I’ve found it to be a great resource.
One of the contracts I’ve upload — a simple contract for the sale of goods — is part of a collection of documents Docracy has curated for small businesses. Other documents in the bundle are for such purposes as hiring employees or contractors, protecting confidential information, and leasing office space. Here’s a screen shot of my contract for the sale of goods:
My other contribution to Docracy is a simple asset purchase agreement that I wrote for business brokers to use for very simple deals. Here’s a link to the purchase agreement form.
If you’re interested in how the sausage is made, I posted the Sample Contract for the Sale of Goods to my Contracts Guy blog and received some great feedback from some smart people.