Child Care Services Agreement

Simply complete the Child Care Services Agreement form below then click on View Results to see your completed contract.

LawDepot's Child Care Services Agreement is ideal for:

  • Allows two parties to enter into an agreement whereby a child care services provider is hired on a contractual basis.
  • Can be used by individual child care service providers and child care companies, or by parents wishing to hire a child care provider.
  • Covers all of the important areas that a child care services agreement should cover, including compensation, deposit and cancellations, liability issues, and more.
  • Is comprehensive, inexpensive, and easy to use.

For a more general service agreement, try our Service Agreement.

We regularly maintain this contract. Last Modified: July 2014

Governing Law

Customer Q. Who are the parties to the Child Care Service Agreement?

A. The parties to the Child Care Service Agreement are the Customer and the Child Care Provider.

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Number of Customers:

Information of Customer
Name:
Address:
City/Town:
State:
Zip Code:
Fax Number:
Email: (e.g. customer@domain.com)
Type of Customer:
Child Care Provider Q. Who are the parties to the Child Care Services Agreement?

A. The parties to the child care agreement are the Customer and the Child Care Provider.

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Number of Child Care Providers:

Information of Child Care Provider
Name:
Address:
City/Town:
State:
Zip Code:
Fax Number:
Email: (e.g. provider@domain.com)
Type of Child Care Provider:
Children

Specify names and ages of children?
Services Provided

Description of services to be provided:
"The Customer hereby agrees to engage the Child Care Provider to provide the Customer with services consisting of _____________ (fill in the blank)."
(e.g. supervision of children, feeding/serving meals to children, engaging children in learning activities)
Specific Instructions
This clause allows parties to outline tasks to be completed by the Child Care provider in a certain specified manner.

Authorization to Access/Release
This clause allows parties to detail all those who are allowed to pick up the child and/or visit the child while in the care of the Child Care provider.

Term of Agreement

End date of the Agreement Q. What is the end date of the agreement?

A. The end date is the date when the services under the agreement are no longer provided or needed.
Notice period before end date Q. What does "Notice" mean?

A. Notice refers to the amount of time that is provided by one party to another when they wish to end their obligations under the agreement prior to the agreed end date.
Compensation

How will the Child Care Provider be paid Q. How should the Child Care Provider be paid?

A. The Child Care Provider can be paid or compensated in many different ways. If the Child Care Provider will be paid a certain amount (rate) for each time period, use "Hourly", "Weekly", "Monthly" or "Yearly" as appropriate.

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Amount paid per hour:
(e.g. 10.00)
When will the Child Care Provider be paid?
Currency:
Select the form of currency for all monetary amounts (compensation, expenses, etc.) referred to in this agreement.

Is there any additional compensation Q. What is additional compensation?

A. Additional compensation refers to any compensatory benefits for the Child Care Provider other than payment for services.
Will the Customer be providing anything to the Child Care Provider Q. What items should be provided to the Child Care Provider?

A. If the Customer wishes to provide any services, tools, office space, materials, etc. to the Child Care Provider to perform the services, then the Customer should select "Yes" to the question "Will the Customer be providing anything to the Child Care Provider?" and then describe what he/she is providing.

Will the Child Care Provider be Reimbursed for Expenses?

Penalties for late payment Q. What does "Penalties for late payment?" mean?

A. This question refers to whether the Customer will be penalized for failing to pay the Child Care Provider on time.

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Liabilities

Select any of the following liability clauses:

Duty of Care Q. What is a "Duty of Care"?

A. A "Duty of Care" is a legal term which refers to an obligation placed on an individual to exercise a reasonable amount of care to prevent injury to others.

This provision allows the parties to explicitly state that the child care provider accepts a general duty of care that extends to all reasonable and necessary situations under the contract.

Limitation of Liability
This clause allows the parties to completely absolve the Child Care Provider in the event that any losses, damages or any other liabilities arise out of the services provided.
Restrictive Covenants

Confidentiality Q. What is a confidentiality clause?

A. The confidentiality clause prevents the Child Care Provider from using or disclosing the Customer's confidential business information to a third party.
How long will confidential obligations exist after agreement ends?

Additional Clauses

Signing Details

Agreement will be signed:
Note: This agreement will become binding on this day.