Naples Employment Lawyer Jason Gunter is experienced with Severance Agreements and Separation Agreement, with particular experience in drafting, reviewing, and handling cases involving Severance Agreements and Separation Agreements. Call the Fort Myers contract attorney 239.334.7017 regarding your Separation Agreement or Severance Agreement issue.
What is a Separation Agreement or Severance Agreement?
Often, an employer will provide an employee with a “Severance Agreement” or “Separation Agreement” when an employee is:
- Laid-off, or
- The job position is eliminated.
- These agreements generally provide the employee with:
- Monetary compensation, which can vary, and/or
In exchange, the employee signs a general release, discharging the employer from any and all legal obligations.
How Can Employment Attorney Jason Gunter Resolve Your Severance Agreement Or Separation Agreement Issue?
Fort Myers employment attorney Jason Gunter has reviewed and drafted scores of Severance Agreements and Separation Agreements. He has also handled numerous cases involving issues arising from Severance Agreements or Separation Agreements.
- Naples contract attorney Jason Gunter is available to:
- Draft customized severance agreements for a particular situation, to;
- Review severance agreements and give advice, and to;
- Litigate legal issues arising out of Severance Agreements
Naples employment lawyer Jason Gunter has experience in drafting, reviewing, and handling cases involving Severance Agreements in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Estero, Bonita Springs, Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda (and all other areas of Lee County, Collier County, Charlotte County and Tampa).
Contact Severance Agreement and Separation Agreement attorney Jason Gunter by telephone at 239.334.7017, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by completing our online inquiry form, if you have any questions regarding drafting or reviewing severance agreements or a potential case arising from a severance agreement or separation agreement.
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