Severance Agreements

Protecting Your Rights Before Entering a Severance Agreement

We provide legal services to employees seeking to consult with an attorney after receiving a severance agreement.  If your employer has presented you with a severance agreement, it is imperative that you consult with an attorney prior to signing the agreement.  Employers commonly use severance agreements as a tool to limit or eradicate their exposure to liability.  Severance agreements also help employers to overall protect themselves from being sued by former employees.

As an employee, you also deserve to make sure your interests are protected in any proposed severance agreement.  You cannot rely on your employer to protect your legal rights.  Nor can you assume that the employer’s proposed severance agreement includes terms that are favorable to you.

We are experienced in reviewing severance agreements and negotiating severance agreements for employees.  Contact us today to learn more about the terms of your employer’s proposed severance agreement and how those terms could potentially impact your rights going forward.