The question is different for each client. To answer this, you need to understand the type of contractual agreement that you have with your client and what their expectations are. If it’s a standard contract then the following things are very relevant:
Made clearly visible on your site or brochure, so clients can see it without having to ask for more information about the services they will receive; The terms should be drafted in plain language so that any person can understand them without too much effort, but also sufficiently rigorous and precise enough to meet legal requirements; The scope of work needs to be defined concisely and well-communicated in order for all parties involved in such an agreement to know exactly what they agreed upon when signing it; Written agreements should always include specific dates or deadlines by which obligations must be met or fulfilled (unless there is no specified term); It’s recommended that written contracts specify how disputes between both sides will be resolved (for example who has authority over anything and everything), as well as specifying if certain clauses might even supersede other parts of a given contract. Just think about whether lawyers who specialize in property law would agree with handling assets like cars or houses differently than wills involving real estate? What matters most is the spirit of whatever the agreement says rather than its letter alone!