Negotiate a Severance in Monterey County

Work Out a Better Severance Package with Our Experienced Attorney

Our economy has recovered and experienced growth since the recession. However, people still encounter situations where they are forced out of their jobs. If you were summoned to the conference room and asked to sign an agreement, you need of our firm's professional help.

Workers facing severance packages may believe they have little leverage. Even so, that should not stop them from attempting to negotiate their severance package. At Polaris Law Group, our Hollister employment law attorney can access your situation. We can work to determine the best course of action in order to obtain the most favorable outcome possible.

With more than 25 years of experience, Attorney Marder has an in-depth understanding of California employment laws. He can use this to help you navigate through the complexities and present you with all of your available legal options.

Let Attorney Marder protect your rights and future today. Reach out to Polaris Law Group to get started with a free consultation.


Dedicated to the Protection of Your Rights as an Employee

What Happens When You are Given an Exit Offer?

Have you been presented with a severance package? You may be tempted to accept your company's first offer. You may even think negotiation is not even an option in your case.

It is imperative to understand that you do not need to accept the company’s initial offer. This agreement often contains a waiver of your important rights as an employee. This is why you must determine whether or not your rights are being violated and what choices you have going forward.

Once the agreement has been signed, you typically waive all claims you may have against the company. You surrender the chance to achieve reasonable severance pay for your transition from the employment.

You also lose the opportunity to:

  • Claim a wrongful termination
  • Obtain a reference
  • Withhold a potentially adverse reference
  • Arrange a resignation
  • Find immediate future employment in the industry

You can also lose other critical advantages you may possess. These can affect everything from your immediate situation to finding a new job.

When a company offers a severance package, they have a vested interest in protecting their own best interests, not yours. This is especially true if you are leaving the company on bad terms. That is why it is important to get an attorney on your side to advocate for your interests.

Maximize Your Severance Terms with Hollister Legal Guidance

With our experienced Hollister severance lawyer on your side, you can secure favorable terms. You can obtain a severance agreement designed to fairly compensate you and better your opportunities for immediate reemployment.

In addition, we can help you if you believe you have a claim against your employer. Attorney Marder can determine whether you have the basis for a claim of:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Other sufficient leverage to demand a bigger payout

We can help you avoid common pitfalls in reviewing and negotiating your severance. Let us help you evaluate your situation and achieve your goals.

Ready to Negotiate Your Severance? Contact Polaris Law Group for a Free Consultation Now.

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