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Thank you for the information and your question. Although we can discuss whether or not their are any legal issues raised by you resigning your employment, we would not be able to tell you how to word your resignation letter since we cannot form an attorney-client relationship via this forum, which would be required to advise you on wording of a letter. If you would like to discuss any questions you have about your resignation, please be specific about what you are concerned about.
Thank you for your reply. You will have to ask your attorney about any attempt at extension on your disability. However, if you want to resign, you can do so at any time if you are an "at will" employee and there would be no effect on any disability payments you have already received. If you want to receive all of your payments that you are now eligible for, then you can wait until your disability period ends and then submit your resignation to be effective immediately. There is no requirement you give two weeks notice unless you have a contract that says you do.
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