Certainly, lawyers use their own template Telephone Number List contract terms when they create new agreements (you didn't think we start from scratch every time, did you?) My own templates are only valuable to me because they are the end product of years of learning and "tweaking", and they are only the beginning (there is a significant Telephone Number List amount of customized drafting required to tailor a template to fit the specific
Needs of a particular business transaction). Here's a perhaps more Telephone Number List concrete example. An employment agreement you found on the internet may be worse than not using an employment agreement at all if its terms Telephone Number List violate the employment law of your specific jurisdiction. So for heaven's sake, at a minimum you will want to have a business attorney at least review the contracts you intend to use in your business. And by that I mean all of them.
Because using agreements with Telephone Number List conflicting provisions may (you've got it) be worse than using no agreements at all. So, strictly from a cost-benefit analysis perspective, you have two choices. You can hire a business Telephone Number List lawyer to create your business contracts for you up front (i.e., template contracts you can actually use to make money), or you can hire an attorney to litigate disputes over inapplicable or misused internet forms later.