Our Kent County Severance Lawyers in Delaware represent employers and employees in the following communities:
Bowers, Camden, Cheswold, Clayton , Dover, Farmington, Felton, Frederica, Harrington, Hartly, Houston, Kenton, Leipsic, Little Creek, Magnolia, Milford , Smyrna, Viola, Woodside, and Wyoming.
Kent County Severance Review & Negotiation
If your Kent County employer has presented you with a severance agreement, you need to know exactly what they are asking you to agree to before you sign it. Every Kent County severance agreement should be reviewed extensively by an experienced Kent County employment attorney before you agree to terms. Our Kent County severance lawyers have years of experience in reviewing and negotiating severance agreements. They can help you understand your severance documents to ensure that your severance is protected and you receive the most possible benefit.
Our Kent County severance lawyers have received several awards and accolades from peers and have been included in several best lawyers lists. Since 2006, our lawyers have been included in the Super Lawyers List for Employment Law and Super Lawyers Rising Stars for Employment Law. We were named as an Employment Law Firm of the Year by Corporate INTL Magazine for 2010 and 2012, named AI Business Team Excellence Award in 2015, named Employment Attorney of the Year in New Jersey, and have been included in the Top 40 under 40 Lawyers listing.
Our Kent County attorneys’ experience and skill will allow you to understand your Kent County severance agreement completely and give you the peace of mind that you are receiving everything that you can in severance. If you choose to retain us, we will negotiate your severance on your behalf.
Our Kent County Delaware Severance Lawyers focus on the following practice areas:
Some of the most common questions we are asked in regard to severance in Delaware:
- Severance and Unemployment
- How is typical severance pay calculated?
- Am I entitled to severance?
- Can my severance be taxed?
We serve the following court in Kent County, Delaware: