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From: Tooman
Response: Did you have the bride or her parents sign a
contract when they first hired you? And did
you get a deposit in advance? If you dont
have a contract, you need to create one. You
can do it yourself or you can have a lawyer
draw one up for you. My contract has a large
blank area where I write in the services to be
performed. It also has information about payment,
cancellation policy, and my general terms. If
someone has signed the contract and then refuses
to pay, you have in writing exactly what they
agreed to. Also be sure to collect a deposit
before doing any work. I get 50% when the
contract is signed and the balance before the
event occurs.

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