Sample NDAs are available for free at the link below.
Other agreements invariably are business-specific, so you should expect to pay an attorney to develop them if you want them created properly.
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As small as your business is, if trade secrets are an issue and you're concerned about protecting your assets, you really should consider $1000 as an appropriate investment and priority to get a lawyer to prepare some basic documents.
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For basic business documents, such as non-disclosure agreements, you should still use an attorney for your specific circumstances, but look for attorneys who charge low fixed fees for such basic agreements.
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