Severance Agreements and Lay-Offs

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Severance Agreements & Lay-Offs

Southern California Severance Agreement Attorneys

Severance agreements govern the financial compensation you receive when you are leaving a position of employment. Before you sign a severance agreement, you should have it reviewed by an experienced employment law attorney. At the law firm of Spray, Gould & Bowers LLP, we have extensive experience carefully evaluating severance agreements to ensure employees' rights are protected. If you need assistance with a severance agreement review anywhere in the Southern California region, from Orange County to Los Angeles to Riverside, we strongly urge you to schedule a free initial consultation with a Southern California severance agreement attorney to discuss the specifics of your case.

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Since 1925, the attorneys at our law firm have successfully represented hundreds of clients with employment law concerns. We have experience examining complex severance agreements and we work with you as the employee to ensure that your agreement meets your needs and protects your interests.

Employees have the legal right to consult a lawyer before signing a severance agreement. Do not let the money offered in the severance agreement tempt you into forfeiting your right to seek advice from an attorney. If you potentially have a lawsuit against your employer, it may be worth more money than the amount offered in the severance agreement, if you were the victim of workplace discrimination, such as:

A Southern California severance agreement lawyer at the firm will also closely review the severance agreement to determine if it includes a non-compete clause. In a competitive market, a provision such as this may make it difficult to find another job. Our experienced severance agreements attorneys work to have damaging clauses, such as non-compete clauses, removed before you sign the agreement.

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In some circumstances, employees hear rumors that layoffs are looming or their job is about to be cut. Be proactive and consult an experienced Southern California employment law attorney if you are concerned about the potential for the loss of your job. We have extensive experience working to negotiate better settlement agreements for employees, and we are ready to help you.

If you have been laid-off from work, do not sign any legal documents before consulting an attorney. We have the experience with employment law you can rely on and we are prepared to carefully review your severance agreement. Contact our offices in Tustin, California to schedule a consultation with a Southern California employment lawyer immediately.

Contact a Southern California severance lawyer if you have been laid off from your job.

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