If you have or have been asked to sign a severance agreement, the Azadian Law Group, PC wants you to understand the importance of getting it properly reviewed. Our Pasadena severance review & negotiations lawyer will work on your behalf. We understand how important this is for your current and future well-being. Let us bring the experience of our firm to your side as we work to ensure you are being treated fairly.
Severance agreements are something that we have all heard of but may not understand much about. Often called separation or termination agreements, these arrangements are made between an employer and employee. While these contracts are legally binding, California employers are generally not required to provide them to employees.
At the Azadian Law Group, PC, we want you to understand that these contracts are often filled with legal terminology that can be confusing to for a non-lawyer. We will review your entire contract and make sure we explain every detail in terms that are clear to you.
We want to help you with negotiations. When it comes to severance agreements, we can operate either behind the scenes or upfront and on your behalf.
There are pros and cons to both approaches. In some cases, our clients do not want to have their employer know they have an attorney working on their behalf, and we respect that.
We know that reviewing a severance agreement may not seem complicated on the surface, but please understand the importance of having it review or negotiated properly. At the Azadian Law Group, PC, our qualified and experienced team is ready to get to work for you. We are going to ensure that you get the best possible outcome with all of the following:
We work with our clients with multiple fee arrangements that will meet your needs. If you need a Pasadena severance review and agreement attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or calling us at 626-449-4944.
We know that there are times when employers violate a person’s civil rights by discriminating against them based on their race, sex, age, ethnicity, national origin, religion, or disability. In an attempt to avoid a lawsuit, employers will sometimes offer severance agreements in exchange for the person giving up their right to file a lawsuit. These agreements also need to be reviewed thoroughly by your attorney.