Hello and welcome to JustAnswer. I'm sorry to hear about your situation and hope I can help. If you attach your severance agreement, I would be happy to look it over for you, although I cannot 'advise' you on it as that would constitute legal representation not legal information.
I'm not sure what you mean by a 'lesser fee.' Are you able and willing to pay the price of the question for my services?
I am not sure what your rate is but have already paid for an answer as advertised in the ad online so would appreciate more than not getting any help unless I pay more. I am out of work and wanted legal interpretation for a few minutes of this agreement. It wouldn't take long to go over a couple of things I don't understand the meaning of logistically. So as of now, that's all I need for my $53.oo already spent.
Hello Aletha, I did not request any more money from you, and I am a licensed California employment lawyer. Again, I would be happy to answer any questions that you have regarding your severance agreement if you attach it.
I have not provided any services to you yet, and you are not obligated to pay until I do, at which point I would appreciate you rating me positively.
Are you saying that if I send/fax my severance that you can give some interpretation of the inferences on it without charging me more because I am not able to pay more right now.
I don't have access to a fax here and the library might be closed today. Is there any other way to get my answer--I can't scan it here. Might be able to go to someone's house but might take time.
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