My dad runs his own business, so I get most if not all of my professional advice from him. To his credit, his company owns the world market for the products he invented, manufactures and distributes. So this tid bit of information seemed pretty valuable to me as he has an invaluable amount of knowledge in business. So I take any advice I can. He recommended amending my wedding contracts, or all of my contracts for that matter with my business that bind myself/my work to the customer, to stipulate that they waive all rights to take me to civil/small claims/trial court proceedings and agree to mediation only in the event of X. This way I am protecting myself from any outstanding court costs and losses god forbid the customer feels like I did not meet their standards and wants to go that route. Not like I would rip anyone off intentionally. but just some thought for those of you who may be doing this stuff. Just thought I would share.