Riverside County Termination Agreement Attorneys

Severance agreements outline the terms on which employees will leave their companies after their jobs are terminated. The drafting and negotiation of severance agreements may have significant financial impact on those businesses. It is important that the terms and conditions are laid out in your best interests and that you fully understand what the document may mean for the future of your business.

At the law firm of  Lauby, Mankin & Lauby LLP, our business law attorneys represent businesses in the drafting and negotiation of severance agreements with their employees in Southern California. We will help you create and review agreements to determine if they are in your best interests. Severance agreements may also help to avoid future litigation, should disputes arise down the line.

Negotiation and Drafting Severance Agreement Lawyers

In addition to severance agreements, our firm can also help your business draft non-compete agreements and employment agreements that will provide legal and financial protection. Before you sign any type of agreement relating to the termination of an employee, it is important to speak with an attorney.

You do not want to give away your rights or open your business up to the threat of litigation by having agreements that do not accurately and effectively meet the needs of the situation. We will review your circumstances and create agreements that keep your current and long-term goals protected.

Schedule an Initial Consultation With Our Firm

For more information about severance agreements in Southern California, or if you have questions about your rights, contact our firm of Lauby, Mankin & Lauby. Schedule an initial consultation by calling toll free at 888-959-8508 and making an appointment.

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