Three fundamental truths about contracts:
A contract is nothing more than a written description of a business relationship. That’s it.
A contract is between you and somebody else. There is nothing special about having fancy legalese or special words that “need” to be in a contract.
You know the relationship with your customer better than any lawyer ever will.
When you consider all three of these, you have one inescapable conclusion. You don’t need a lawyer to draft you a contract for your relationship with your customers. You already know what needs to go into that contract – or at least you will after you read my book.