Lawyers For Executives And Other Professionals With Severance Agreements

The right severance package can protect your family's security and your professional reputation. Sign the wrong severance agreement, however, and you may be facing restrictive covenants that may seriously impact your future employment.

Accepting a severance package almost always means that you will be forfeiting your right to file further litigation against your employer. What appears to be a fair deal on paper may actually result in significantly less compensation than to which you are entitled.

Employment Law Is Our Only Area Of Practice

We are the Southeast Texas executive employment law firm of Warren & Siurek, L.L.P., in Houston. We have been successfully representing business executives and highly compensated employees for more than 23 years. Our practice is focused entirely on employment law.

Like every successful executive, we have built our reputation for success by adhering to:

  • Understanding the foundation of the problem
  • A keen focus on meeting our clients' needs
  • Grounding strategies in sound advice and knowledge
  • Creative thinking to find workable solutions
  • Aggressive but reasoned advocacy

Is A Severance Package A Component In Your Executive Agreement?

Severance agreements can also be established by an employer or negotiated as part of a written contract when hiring top management, commission-only sales executives, independent contractors or individuals for newly created positions.

If you have been handed a severance package, or have been terminated and believe that you are entitled to a severance package, schedule an opportunity to meet with an attorney on our team.

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Whenever "severance" is mentioned, you should be on your guard — and on the phone to our Warren & Siurek, L.L.P., law offices in Houston. If you have been asked to sign a severance, release, separation, termination or noncompete agreement, it is important to have one of our skilled lawyers review it to assure that your interests are safeguarded.

Call us at 832-699-1988 or toll free at 877-497-0328, or send an email to our offices in Houston to arrange a consultation with one of our lawyers.