Severance Review

Severance pay may be offered to employees upon termination of employment. When severance pay is offered, an employer may consider the length of an employee’s tenure or a variety of other factors. However, there is no requirement in the federal or Illinois wage law that requires an employer to offer a separated employee severance pay. Severance pay is a matter of agreement between an employer and an employee.

If you have been presented with a severance agreement, it is important to contact an attorney to discuss whether or not signing the agreement is the right decision for you. Schedule your severance review session with one of our experienced employment attorneys by calling 630.232.7450 or by clicking here.

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Covid 19 Virus Update

Our office is currently closed to the public, but our attorneys remain hard at work. Please contact the office to see about the attorneys’ availability for in-person meetings, as this may change day-to-day. The situation is very fluid right now, but we are committed to giving you the best customer service and legal representation in these stressful times. If you are a prospective client, please contact the office by telephone or through our online portal, which can be accessed HERE, with any questions or to see what options we have available to accommodate new client meetings. If you are a current client, we encourage you to contact your attorney directly via email with any questions.

Our office is currently closed to the public, but our attorneys remain hard at work. Please contact the office to see about the attorneys’ availability for in-person meetings, as this may change day-to-day. The situation is very fluid right now, but we are committed to giving you the best customer service and legal representation in these stressful times. If you are a prospective client, please contact the office by telephone or through our online portal, which can be accessed HERE, with any questions or to see what options we have available to accommodate new client meetings. If you are a current client, we encourage you to contact your attorney directly via email with any questions.
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