POSTED BY: Don Oehlert
Managing Partner, eCareerCoaching.com
“Practical advice on your next career move.”
So you’ve just been laid off
Or you’ve just been fired. You were given a non-compete agreement, and an NDA. You were asked to sign them before the company will give you your severance package.
There’s also the chance that you will have an employment contract of some sort to sign when you do find a new job.
Does that sound familiar?
You’ve not updated your will since your children were little. Or you’ve never had a will.
You’ve had your identity stolen and it’s next to impossible to get a loan now.
I hope you and your family have not needed the former, and that the latter hasn’t happened to you.
But these things do happen – all the time.
Because of this, and the fact that many people are going into business for themselves these days, we’ve decided to add the services of LegalShield to our product suite. We are now Legalshield Associates.
In other words, we can recommend to you a package of legal services that will help you out with a number of issues you may have never thought of. I know I didn’t, when I became a customer. We have legal firms in all 50 states, so no matter where you live, we can help.
For us, we hadn’t updated our will in over 2 decades. Also, when we started this business, there were several things requiring legal advice. We found the service to be very affordable and very useful. We know you will too.
Upshot is here, if you are recently out of work, and staring at a legal form that was written by someone from another planet, let us know at <legalshield@eCareerCoaching.com>.
We, as LegalShield Associates service providers, will be more than happy to help you get the right LegalShield package.
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