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Leigh Fisher

Hi Tom,
It looks like from the post that we are having parents sign the edited contract to acknowledge 'what' has changed in the contract.

Does your newest Contract and Policies book have wording we can use for the addendum? I have the second edition and it does not talk about the addendum. Maybe time for me to update.

Tom Copeland

My book doesn't specifically give language for what to say an addendum, other than to offer numerous examples of contract and policy terms. So, an addendum could be changing the amount of a fee, adding a new policy, etc.

Almond Tree

Tom I like your '3 ways to change a contract' and will use it from now on. My contract with families are annual and run Septemeber 1 to August 31st. This is because I raise my rates annually at which time i issue a new contract however I will do just an addendum with new rate as you've suggessted here.

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