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Phoenix Severance Agreements Attorney
Severance agreements are employment contracts negotiated between employees and employers. These agreements often require employees to forfeit certain legal rights in exchange for compensation. When employers refuse to negotiate, however, many former employees end up with severance packages they feel are unfair.
Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, The Zoldan Law Group represents employees throughout the Phoenix metro area. Our employment attorneys will examine your severance package, explain your legal rights and help you negotiate a new agreement that adequately protects your interests. If negotiation does not result in a more beneficial agreement, we will take your case to court.
Our lawyers are first and foremost litigators. We have extensive experience litigating cases in both federal and state courts. Whether you want to resolve your contract dispute through negotiation and settlement or in court, we have the skills and experience to get the best results possible.
Obtaining Fair Severance Agreements
Severance agreements often contain a number of clauses spelling out your rights and responsibilities. Typical items included in an agreement include:
- Confidentiality agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Severance pay
- Continuation of medical benefits
- Release of claims against the employer
The Zoldan Law Group: Scottsdale Severance Agreements Attorneys
At The Zoldan Law Group, we will closely evaluate your severance package, including your severance pay, benefits received and legal claims forfeited to determine whether a better agreement can be negotiated.
We begin the process by sending a demand letter to your former employer, asking for increased pay and benefits. We will then attempt to negotiate a better arrangement on your behalf. If your employer is unwilling to negotiate or submit to a more beneficial severance agreement, we will file a lawsuit and pursue your rights in court.
Contact our law firm today at 480-442-3410.