Well-written Termination Letters release employees respectfully without violating employment law.
$300 (+ tax)
Termination Letters (Pink Slips) are given to employees who have been fired, laid off, or otherwise released from their employment. Small business owners use Termination Letters to finalize high-risk terminations that might result in legal action.
Treat your employees right.
A Termination Letter is a respectful, standard way to provide an employee with everything they need to know about their termination and how to proceed with their lives.
Make it official. Having a Termination Letter drafted will formally and officially note the reasons, date, and any other important details relevant to the termination for your company records.
Protect your business.
Drafting a strong, legally valid Termination Letter can significantly reduce the risk of a disgruntled employee attempting to sue your business after termination.
First you'll have a kick-off call with your Good Lawyer to discuss the current status of termination. After the call, your lawyer will collect the documents they need to complete the Agreement. They will share a copy of the final document.
1. Project kick-off call to gather information, advise you and answer questions.
2. One customized Termination Letter.
3. One round of minor revisions if necessary.
Pick a time to discuss your Termination Letter with a Good Lawyer.
Help your lawyer understand the situation and the goals of your letter. Your lawyer will determine what wording you need in your Termination Letter and draft something tailored to your needs.
You will receive a copy of the Termination Letter, ready to be printed or delivered.
Get your paperwork done the easy way so you can get back to running your business.
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