Negotiating Your Separation Agreement And Severance Package
For more than 30 years, Lawrence N. Lavigne has represented workers across the state who have faced termination or needed the assistance of legal counsel in the evaluation, negotiation or preparation of their severance packages and separation agreements.
Severance packages are common financial agreements between an employer and employee in case the employee is later terminated. For many employees, a severance package contains a waiver of substantial rights; after signing it, you lose your ability to sue the employer for further compensation.
Lawrence N. Lavigne will listen carefully to your objectives, respond with facts and options you should be aware of, and smoothly guide you through the complexities of a severance package offer. He can also help you decide if it meets your needs.
What is the difference between a separation agreement and a severance agreement? A separation agreement may or may not involve severance — a dollar figure. Instead, separation agreements include things like the employer’s promise to give neutral references, a waiver of noncompete contracts and other contractual items. A severance agreement is an agreement by the employer to pay the employee a set amount of money.
You Should Talk To A Lawyer Before Agreeing To Anything
Your employer may be counting on you to be unable to negotiate your severance package. Unless you have the help of an experienced employment law attorney at your side, negotiating may seem like a challenge. When you need skilled legal counsel to ensure that you receive a fair and just severance amount, contact Lawrence N. Lavigne, Esq., L.L.C., in Union. Your initial consultation is free.
As your severance package negotiation lawyer, Mr. Lavigne will investigate your case and determine the reasons for your termination and whether it involved discrimination or a wrongful termination. He will evaluate your employer’s severance policy to make sure that the agreement follows the policy. He then will negotiate with your employer, and help you obtain the best possible severance compensation and any other beneficial terms.
Finally, he will analyze and explain the legal terms and consequences of your severance agreement to you. When your work together has concluded, you will know that your rights have been protected.
Call Us Before You Sign — Consultations Are Free
When a termination agreement is in dispute in Union County or the surrounding area, the employment lawyer who can aggressively advocate for your severance package goals is Lawrence N. Lavigne, Esq., L.L.C.
Retaining Lawrence N. Lavigne to represent you means you are tapping into more than 30 years of experience — decades of successful service to employment law clients from all walks of life. In every case he handles, from controversies over severance agreements to whistleblower issues, public employee disputes to civil rights matters, Mr. Lavigne works hard to put the law on his client’s side.