There is no such thing as a standard agreement. This is because of the freedom of contracts and the many different provisions which can be included in one agreement. Obviously, there are a number of recurring issues, but the context itself can be quite different.
Also, our advisors are often engaged after the client has drawn up the (initial) commercial agreements and the contract has to be drafted based on these agreements.
It is not wise to prepare an agreement yourself. This requires specific legal expertise. When preparing agreements, it is important to use the right statutory and legal terms. No part of the agreement may contradict any of the other parts and no elements may be left uncovered. Preparing the agreement yourself usually involves a lot of wasted time, lack of clarity, bad arrangements and risks. You could even disadvantage yourself because you are unaware of the latest statutory and legal developments.