San Jose Severance Agreement Lawyer
- Over 23 years of experience with California separation agreements.
- Over $25 Million won in severance pay, settlements and trial.
- Over 1,000 clients helped to recover superior compensation.
- 2014 AVVO Client’s Choice Award Winner for Employment Law.
- Former Judge Pro Tem of the Santa Clara County Superior Court.
- Available after regular business hours to accomodate you.
- Call us today at 408-275-9500 to schedule your consultation.
An Employment Lawyer Who Will Give You Solid, Honest Advice
If you have been offered a severance package or separation agreement, you need a highly experiencd employment law attorney to review it for you and fight for the compensation you deserve. When your pay check, reputation and future are at stake, it is critical to have an expert employment law attorney protecting your best legal interests. Arthur Navarette, ESQ. of The Navarette Law Firm will help you.
Prioritizing Your Goals And Keeping Your Case 100% Confidential
Our highly experienced employment attorney — Arthur Navarette — is your attorney. Your case will always be handled exclusively by him and kept 100 percent confidential. Your matter will never be trusted to a less experienced professional. Instead, we will use our considerable resources and experience to stand up for you. We have extensive experience with the most complex severance agreement conflicts and also have helped countless high-salary employees as well as hourly employees emerge through such conflicts successfully. Even if you have already signed a termination agreement or you have just been offered one, contact us as soon as possible. You know that your employer had an attorney draft your termination documents. You need an attorney on your side, too.
Don’t Be Pressured Into Signing An Agreement That Can Hurt You
Many people do not want to risk their future career prospects by standing up to their employers because they feel they will get a bad reference. Because of this, you may feel pressured into signing a termination agreement that really is not in your best interests. Your employer may “low ball” the amount of severance pay they are willing to pay to you or may seek to keep stock options from you. They may also require you to sign an agreement to never sue them.
Get An Experienced And Tough Negotiating Attorney To Advise You
We know how to help you secure maximum compensation, while also helping you to achieve your departure goals. Your reputation and career opportunities should not be jeopardized due to you feeling you have no choice in the matter. We will review your severance package for you and explain all of your legal options to you.
Feel free to contact us today to schedule your confidential consultation.