If you are considering signing a severance agreement, it is a good idea to have it looked over by an attorney first. The attorneys at Bain Mazza & Debski LLP have extensive experience reviewing separation agreements. We offer a free case evaluation to determine whether we can provide you with the assistance you need in reviewing your severance contract.
There are a number of important legal considerations to take into account when signing a separation or severance agreement. For example, while employers often make oral statements about what compensation and benefits will accompany the severance agreement, if those terms are not included in your contract they may not be enforceable in court. Further, when signing a severance agreement you are often required to waive all known or unknown claims against your employer, meaning that if you were a victim of discrimination or harassment in the workplace, you may never be able to pursue those claims against your employer once you have signed the contract. The attorneys at Bain Mazza & Debski LLP handle severance agreements on a regular basis and can help you ensure that your rights are protected so you can avoid the pitfalls that often ensnare unrepresented employees.
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