Party details. List the names, numbers, addresses (email or physical), and any other relevant information of all parties involved. This can include people or companies.
Background information. Give a brief explanation of the legal issue at hand and share any pertinent legal details regarding it, like facts or evidence.
Motion. State your proposal or “motion” for how you will try to solve the legal matter with as much specificity as possible.
Roles and responsibilities. Clearly define the duties of each party involved to avoid ambiguity. You should also include other essential points like a financial obligation and a projected schedule or timeline.
Breaches or contingencies. Provide details on the next steps should something unexpected occur or if the terms of the contract have been made null and void through violation of the agreement.
Dates and signatures. Carve out space for all associated parties to sign and date after reviewing and acknowledging the document’s terms and conditions.