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The massage therapist who is leaving the area plans on contacting her clients to inform them and wants to be able to "refer" them to someone who she feels would be a good fit for them (me).
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If it was me, I would want some compensation for my business if I was leaving
Thank you so much! Just what I needed to hear. Blessings to you.
healer611 wrote:Can anyone provide me with a template or form of agreement outlining terms of assuming the clients of another MT's when she moves?
We have been colleagues for 9 years and she is now leaving the area. We are outlining our "wish lists" to incorporate into a formal agreement. I have agreed to pay her 50% of each session when seeing any of her clients, for one year in lieu of a cash payment. What else should be included in this agreement? She will be leaving the area soon, and all I will be doing is seeing her clients, if they chose, when she moves.
Any thoughts are much appreciated.
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