Freelance Contract?

Would anyone have links to sites that have formats for ID freelance jobs? Apparently the company I am freelancing for does not have a contract form of their own. I need to give them one myself!

http://www.creativelatitude.com/resources_downloads.html

http://www.aw-wrdsmth.com/faq.html
http://www.aw-wrdsmth.com/FAQ/rate_setting.html
http://www.aw-wrdsmth.com/FAQ/setting_realistic_fees.html
http://www.ivanhoffman.com/standard.html
http://www.designwise.net/webdesigner/contracts.htm
http://www.ivanhoffman.com/web.html

http://www.ivanhoffman.com/

http://www.hwg.org/resources/faqs/contractFAQ.html#standard

http://www.wilsonweb.com/worksheet/pkg-con.htm
http://www.wilsonweb.com/worksheet/content-plan.htm
http://www.wilsonweb.com/commerce/store-worksheet.htm
http://www.wilsonweb.com/worksheet/pageplan.htm

Do a search for ‘conractor forms’ online and you will probably be able to track down some basic forms that you can tweak to fit your needs. Also, you can actually go to Office Max/Office Depot and they have CD for contractor forms. Even though it’s general contractor forms, and are not geared for ID, they still have a lot of the same basic legal info that is important…might be a good place to start.

Also, if you’re getting into a big time-consuming work it might be good to put togeather the best contract you can on your own and then consult a lawyer to review it. I’ve made the mistake of getting involved with a project that I put a lot of time and energy into and got burnt when they didn’t pay up. Shouldn’t cost much to have a professional take a looksie.
As long as you have things basically together and just have a laywer review it, you should be able to find someone to review it for less than $150. If you were to go in empty-handed and have them write up something from scratch it’d cost you an arm and a leg.

Best of luck!