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What kind of contract and paperwork can i use for cheer tryouts?

What kind of contract and paperwork can i use for cheer tryouts? Topic: Paper review forms
June 27, 2019 / By Charlotte
Question: Okay so in order for me not to be sued i need paperwork, and stuff what else do i need and can you find me a contract? no dude, i am coaching and i dont know what kind of paperwork i need to give the girls
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Arielle Arielle | 6 days ago
At my school we had to fill out a parent agreement form saying what our name is, how old we are, birthday, etc. Don't forget to put some space on the form for the cheerleader and the parent(s) to sign. It's also a very good idea to get the parents of the cheerleader to make a copy of your health insurance card. That's what we had to do. Are you going to hand out fliers? If you are it's a good idea that you tell somewhere in your fliers for the cheerleader candidate to get a athletic physical form done. An athletic physical form is paper work that needs to be filled out in order to get checked out by your doctor to make sure that you're in enough physical condition to play that sport. Review each candidates physical sheet prior to tryouts to make sure they are well enough. To get a physical done all the candidate needs to do is fill out the form and ask their doctor to give them a physical. I don't know where to get the physical form from. Maybe you can get them from your doctor's office or ask one of the football coaches at your school were to get some. All sports players need to have a physical screening done in order to tryout. It's also probably a good idea to have an informational meeting before tryouts to give out the necessary material needed. Some of the material may include: the paper work (physical form, copy of health insurance card, parent agreement, etc.), how much the uniforms,competitions, etc. are going to cost, if you'll compete, and whatever else is essential to your squad. I not going to tell you how to lead your squad... so.... Good Luck! P.S. This info may only help if you are starting a school squad. Ask the administration if you can even have a squad first. If they say yes, they will probably ask you to sign a contract.
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Arielle Originally Answered: I need to make some kind of contract.not sure how to start?
Draft a letter from the owner to "Who It May Concern" and have him stipulate how many hours you worked in the text of the letter, maybe describe the time frame you worked. Send the letter to the owner as a draft and ask him to tweak it as he sees fit, sign it for you. Bonus points: write the letter as a recommendation from the owner. Then you kill two birds with one stone...you get 1) a letter certifying hours worked and 2) a letter of reference.
Arielle Originally Answered: I need to make some kind of contract.not sure how to start?
There is no need for a "contract". Simply keep a log of your hours and have him sign it on a periodic basis (weekly, monthly, etc).

Arielle Originally Answered: When parents create their own parenting contract and have it notorized, is the contract legal?
The Answer is, the agreement is binding between them, but (unlike most contracts) it is most likely not enforceable by the Court, So, NO, it is not "legal". The State where the parents reside has the jurisdiction of the children, especially since those children are the products of unwed parents. The contract between these parents must be approved by the court which has jurisdiction over juvenile matters, children born out of wedlock, determinations of paternity, etc., before it can be a "legal" agreement. It would be best if the mother signed the document rather than her merely relying upon emails. How do you know that someone else did not send the emails? That type of evidence of "agreement" is simply not reliable. The mother needs to sign the contract (after all, it deals with her children, right?). Then, they will be required to file in the appropriate court. Most likely, the contract does not cover everything it is supposed to cover and they will be required to locate and use the appropriate format for this type of agreement. The best course of action is for both of them to hire an attorney who specializes in this type of work.
Arielle Originally Answered: When parents create their own parenting contract and have it notorized, is the contract legal?
Yep! get a real estate attorney. It's very nice of your mother to sign the house over to you, but, like you say, you want it to stand up in Court. Your mother COULD have a living will too! I don't know which is the cheaper way to go, but I would sure the Deed is in your name., I don't know if the city and County will charge you anything even when it's being transferred into another family member. Make sure you don't get stuck with a big tax bill if and when she dies, which, I hope isn;t for a long long time! Do it right, See that Attorney!
Arielle Originally Answered: When parents create their own parenting contract and have it notorized, is the contract legal?
the contract is legal but could be challenged at a future date since they did not have legal representation. one of them might say they were tricked into signing, or signed under duress. a notary only verifies that each person that signed is that person and does not make the contract any more legally binding.

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