Austin Severance Agreement Lawyer

Understand the Terms, Negotiate for a Better Outcome

When you’re offered a severance agreement from your employer, you probably have a lot of questions about what this means, what you’re being offered, and if this is even a fair offer. It’s natural to have these questions, which is why you should consult with an experienced legal professional who can help you assess your situation and fight for a better outcome.

At Fair Labor Law, we understand that negotiating a fair and comprehensive severance agreement can be a crucial step in protecting your rights and ensuring a smooth transition during a job termination. Our experienced severance attorney in Austin can provide the dedicated legal support you need during this time and help you navigate from understanding the initial offer to negotiating terms that put your needs first.

Learn more about what we can do for you during an initial consultation. Call (888) 333-7147 now to request one.

Meet Aaron Johnson

With a diverse background including military service and a range of jobs, Aaron's journey led him to a passion for labor law and justice. He has since founded Fair Labor Law, a firm dedicated to enforcing workers' rights, and has successfully helped clients recover millions of dollars in unpaid wages and damages.

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Never Accept Any Severance Agreement Outright

When you're presented with a severance agreement, you should never sign it without having an attorney review it first. These agreements are legally binding, which means signing a severance agreement often requires forfeiting your right to legally challenge its terms in the future.

While severance agreements can offer attractive compensation packages at a glance, they can limit when you can work in your field again, who you can work for in the industry, and compel you to release your employer of liability for any legal claims you may have against them.

Terms such as these can result in a worse outcome than you may be able to fight for with legal assistance. Having our dedicated severance lawyer in Austin on your side, you can engage with your employer and negotiate for severance terms that are actually fair to you.

We Can Develop a Holistic Strategy for You

Not only can we at Fair Labor Law help you review your severance agreement and negotiate for better terms, but we can help you develop a holistic strategy as you make this difficult transition.

You may be offered severance at a time when you have legal claims against your employer for workplace rights violations. We can help you assess these claims and take them into account as we develop a counteroffer more suitable to your situation.

Not only that, but we can also help you address other legal and practical considerations you may have at this time. From filing for unemployment benefits to dealing with possible retaliation and transitioning to a new employer, we can be the legal resource you need to move forward with ease.

Contact Us to Request a Consultation

When you need legal assistance from a severance attorney near Austin, you can reach out to Fair Labor Law at any time. We’re dedicated to helping our clients understand the severance agreements offered to them as well as helping them negotiate for better outcomes.

Rest assured that we can help you during this time by being the legal support you can count on for experienced legal advice and services. For more information, get in touch with us and request a consultation.

Get started now by sending us a message online.

Why Choose Us to Represent You?

  • Supportive
    Helping his clients at every step of their case and making sure they never feel alone.
  • High Quality
    Mr. Johnson's attention to detail and commitment to his clients are the pillars of his firm.
  • Reputable
    Throughout his career, Mr. Johnson's exceptional work has made a lasting impression and garnered an outstanding reputation with judges and clients.
  • Meticulous
    In every case, Mr. Johnson applies careful research and writing to ensure the best possible outcome.

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