You HAVE to spend money, I'm afraid.
You could glean some ideas from reading and using bits of other contracts. However, you can lay yourself wide open to problems if things go wrong at any time.
The only realistic answer is to use a proper solicitor for this. Not doing so could, one day, make 'saving money' at this stage a very expensive proposition!
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