Charlotte Employment and Severance Agreements Lawyer
While most employment relationships start out full of cooperation and optimism, they do not always end that way. It is difficult enough for an employee when their employment comes to end without their discovering that they are subject to arduous restrictive covenants or other contract terms that they signed years earlier without a full understanding of what it was they were agreeing to do. If you are asked to sign any type of agreement with your employer, we encourage you to contact us before signing.
At Strianese Huckert LLP, our Charlotte employment and severance agreement lawyers represent employees in all manner of contract issues. Any employee who is asked to sign an offer letter, employment contract, non-competition or non-solicitation agreement, severance agreement, waiver or release, or any other contract or agreement can benefit from seeking legal advice prior to signing. To schedule a completely confidential initial consultation with a skilled North Carolina employment attorney, please call our Charlotte law office today.
We Represent Employees in the All Manners of Contract Issues
A Charlotte-based employee rights’ firm, Strianese Huckert assists clients with the full spectrum of contract issues. We will make sure that your agreement conforms to the requirements of North Carolina law and protects your best interests. Among other types of employment agreements, our legal team has experience with:
- Offer Letters and Employment Contracts: If you recently received an offer letter and are preparing to sign an initial employment agreement, our Charlotte attorneys can review the contract, explain the implications of the terms, and help you take action to negotiate any areas of concerns.
- Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements: Some companies and organizations ask workers to sign agreements that affect their post-employment restrictions. These are known as restrictive covenants. If you have any questions about non-compete agreements and/or non-solicitation agreements, our Charlotte employment attorneys can help.
- Severance Agreements: Severance pay is not guaranteed under North Carolina law. If you are departing an employer and you were offered a severance package, it is imperative that you make sure you are getting full and fair compensation for anything you are giving up. Call our Charlotte severance agreement lawyers to set up a confidential review of your contract.
We are prepared to assist with your contract regardless of what stage you are in the employment law process. Our Charlotte employment lawyers help clients with the negotiation, review, drafting, and litigation of the full range of contracts. Whether you are about to sign an agreement or you are involved in a dispute over an existing contract, we can help.
Employees in North Carolina Rely on Strianese Huckert to Protect their Rights
Employment contracts are complicated. You can be sure that your employer has had any agreement presented to you reviewed by experienced counsel to ensure that their interests are protected, and you should do no less to protect yourself before you sign. At Strianese Huckert LLP, we will make sure that a contract is truly best for you. When you call our Charlotte office, you will have an opportunity to consult with a North Carolina employment attorney who can:
- Listen to your story and answer your questions;
- Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of a proposed or existing employment agreement; and
- Take action to protect your rights and get you the best possible outcome.
We believe that every employee deserves personalized, top-quality support from an attorney who truly cares about their individual situation. Every employment agreement is different. The specific language matters. It is crucial that any contract you sign effectively protects your legal rights and your best interests.
Call Our Charlotte, NC Employment Agreement Lawyers for Immediate Help
At Strianese Huckert LLP, our North Carolina employment attorneys provide reliable legal advocates to employees. If you have any questions about employment contracts, we are here as a resource. Contact us right away to schedule your confidential employment law consultation. From our Charlotte office, we represent employees throughout the wider region, including in Concord, Gastonia, Mooresville, Statesville, Monroe, and Matthews.