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Your employment severance package is a binding agreement between you and your company that needs a legal review. Severance Lawyers help you navigate, review, and negotiate severance disclosures from anywhere in the United States for any industry and position level.
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When you receive your severance agreement from your Human Resource department, there are several things you will want to do before signing the documents.
Severance packages can come with a lot of legal jargon. We restate the legalities and discuss review points to your document in terms you will understand. Our employment lawyers offer flat-rate severance reviews. Call us today for more information.
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Your severance agreement should benefit you, not just your employer. Severance and non-compete clause reviews are beneficial to gain the most information from your package and go forward with any necessary negotiations. A severance review allows you to take time and have a severance lawyer look over the terms of the package. Your employment lawyer will review, recommend, and discuss your documents and what more you can put in them for your benefit. We also understand the impact that severances can have on you and your family in the long term. Our team is here to help you get the most out of your situation.
Once you have your severance documents reviewed, you have the opportunity to negotiate additional terms. You can take the amendments to Human Resource departments yourself, or our employment severance lawyers can negotiate on your behalf. Severance negotiations are essential for getting the most out of your severance. These negotiations will ensure you have the right plan in place as you sign your severance package, protecting your bottom line as much as your employer is protecting theirs. Our severance lawyers help with any questions and explanations in negotiations.
We specialize in helping employees across the United States and Washington D.C. We know that each state has different laws and employment standards. We are a team of specialists serving as employment severance lawyers licensed to practice in each state.
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As you go through your severance package review process, you will have many questions. Severance Lawyers want to help address those questions so you know all that is happening and feel comfortable with your final severance agreement. Read our articles to help understand more about negotiations, reviews, non-compete clauses, taxes, and more.
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