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- User friendly Word template
- Build your business with confidence
- Sleep well because you’re covered
- Written by Australian lawyers in plain English
- Protect your business in minutes, not months
Say goodbye to legal overwhelm
It’s an incredible feeling to launch a new business or land a dream client. It’s not so great when you feel sick because you’re lost with the legals. We end the stress with all the rock-solid legal documents you need, at your fingertips. For life.
Sleep well. Act sharp. You’re covered
You’re three clicks away from the peace of mind that comes with knowing your business is protected. No more second-guessing. No more doubts. Run your business with clarity because you have the contract you need when you need it. Feel confident and in control.
Protection for Australian businesses
You’ve Googled the free templates, right? They’re usually “one size fits all”. Our templates are specific to Australian business. And if the law changes, you’ll get a free update. Our templates don’t suck. They give you peace of mind.
What is a Dietitian Agreement?
A Dietitian Agreement is a contract between a dietitian/nutritionist and a client. It includes the terms and conditions for any 1:1 consultations you offer.
A clear and well-written Dietitian Agreement will not only provide you with legal protection but also help manage your client’s expectations.
Who is this Dietitian Agreement template for?
- Suitable for all Australia States and Territories
What does this template include?
Our Dietitian Agreement template protects you by covering:
- Term – how long the agreement applies
- Inclusions – what’s included in your consults/packages/programs
- Delivery of services – how you deliver your services (eg Zoom)
- Client Responsibilities – what clients need to do
- Payments – payment terms
- Refunds and cancellations – your policy for refunds, cancellations, and rebooking
- Advice Disclaimer – important disclaimer to protect you
- Confidentiality – to ensure privacy
- Termination – how either party can terminate the agreement
- Intellectual Property – to make sure your IP is protected!
- Testimonials – permission to use client testimonials
- Guarantees – Australian Consumer Law
- Limitation of Liability – important term to protect you
- Dispute Resolution – what to do if there’s a problem
Other names for Dietitian Agreement
- Dietitian Contract
- Dietitian Service Agreement
- Dietitian Terms and Conditions
- Nutritionist Agreement
- Nutrition Services Terms and Conditions
- Client Agreement
Do I need a contract for my clients?
Yep. No doubt about it. What will you do if something goes wrong?
A contract protects both you and your clients
It’s not about big legal words and getting the upper hand on your client. It’s relationship insurance. A legally binding contract does the boring legal leg work, manages expectations, and provides certainty. That way you can focus on what want to achieve in your business.
Make sure your contract does the hard work for you
Can I legally charge a cancellation fee?
Yes, you can charge a cancellation fee for missed appointments and no-shows.
Make sure you clearly communicate your cancellation policy to clients upfront (we suggest adding it to your website, as well as having it inside your Dietitian Agreement).
Your cancellation fee needs to be fair and reasonable, don’t make it excessive!
You can also use some discretion when clients can’t make it because of an emergency or an unavoidable situation.
Advice & Information Disclaimer
We have included a disclaimer in the contract about the advice and information you provide to clients. This is an important legal term to protect you.
Clients are responsible for “doing the work” and taking ownership of their health.
This disclaimer also covers food recommendations and recipes you suggest. Clients are responsible for reviewing any meal plans or recipes to check for ingredients to which they may be intolerant or allergic.
All of our templates come in Word format (docx).
We recommend using Microsoft Word on a desktop to fill in the templates.
Our templates are Word documents so they’re editable.
We don’t recommend editing the template outside the highlighted areas. An experienced lawyer wrote your template. If you delete or modify clauses it could affect your protection.
We know you’re a smart cookie, but we highly recommend avoiding the temptation to fiddle.
Yes, you get lifetime access to your template.
You’ve got a contract ready to go whenever you need it in your business.
Change your font, add your logo and even some colour. Present your document in your brand style and delight your clients. You’ll still be legit. You’ll just look amazing-er.
All of our templates come with instructions on the first page.
We also include comments throughout the document to help guide you as you fill out each section.
Yes. All our templates are written by qualified Australian lawyers who hold an Australian legal practicing certificate.
Our co-founder Courtney Bowie is a partner in Sydney law firm, Her Lawyer.
Yes. You can use the templates in all Australian states and territories.
If a law changes, we’ll update your template and send it to you – for free.
No hidden catches here. When you buy a template or bundle you own them for life. The download links never expire.
No recurring fees. No accounts. Just buy what you need. Simple, right?
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