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DON’T SIGN AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT UNINFORMED

People in Orlando and throughout Florida frequently sign their rights away in a wide variety of situations when they write their signature next to the X on a contract. Rarely is an employment contract a short and simple document, and in most cases the person signing the contract does not actually know what the agreement entails. Instead, the employee accepts the employer’s explanation of the contract, placing his or her trust in the other party’s goodwill and fairness. Unfortunately, signing an employment contract without first taking the time to fully understand the various provisions contained therein can be an enormous mistake.

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT REVIEWS IN ORLANDO, FL

You have a right to review any contract that you are being requested to sign, and you can bring the document to the Fisher Legal Group for an experienced legal opinion. An Orlando employment law attorney from our team can examine the contract, parse the language and help you to fully understand what is being required of you. Most people simply do not have the necessary legal background and knowledge to sort through the complicated and often arcane language used in various types of contracts, and that is where we come in.

We take the complex and make it simple and easy to understand. If necessary, we can recommend changes to the contract, whether the document needs additional clauses to protect your personal interests or if certain language should be removed so as to prevent the contract from being prejudicial against you. Our employment lawyers review all types of contracts, including:

  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Compensation plans
  • Severance agreements
  • Benefits plans

Do not hesitate to contact us now to speak with an attorney from our team and to receive an opinion of the contract. We make our services available on an immediate basis, so that you do not have to wait unnecessarily to find out whether or not you should consent to signing the contract and can move forward in the situation.

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