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If your severance agreement contained within it a continuing agreement to assist with any transitional information (and most do), then you'd run the risk of being held to have breached your severance agreement by no longer cooperating.
So, you need to check that agreement very carefully. If there is no provision in there about your continuing cooperation, you'd simply have to tell the employer that you want the phone calls to cease or you'll be forced to contact the police and a lawyer in order to get a restraining/protective order made out against them.
If you have that severance agreement in an electronic form, I'd be happy to review it for you to clarify the answer.
If you have further questions, please let me know. If not, please have a great day and don't forget to rate my service.
That would be fine, but reviewing documents is an additional service that we provide through a different process as set out by JA.
While I can do that, it's a separate process that I'd have to set up. I could then give you a secured address to send the document to. You can accept that service now. If you'd rather not, that's fine. You can still choose to rate my service.