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I want to make sure I understand...you want to send a letter and somehow bind the company based on your letter?
ThanksAnd is it your impression that by including this language you can somehow bind the company?
ThanksI have some thoughts and will type them up...a few mins please...
Thank you for your patienceYou can put language in the letter...and I can help with that if you like.But, frankly speaking, your letter, in and of itself, will NOT bind the company. Period.Now...I understand your concern...you you want to ensure that after you leave, if the company takes some action and they (the company) or someone else (perhaps a client of the company) can not hold you liable.From a legal standpoint, you can only be held liable for your actions (or failure to act when you had an obligation). So you leave, and your replacement or the company takes some action that you are not part of?Again, from a legal standpoint, you are not liable.Now...if it is important to you to have this language in your letter? I am happy to help you with writing this. I will send an offer for additional services that would allow us to communicate via phone or email if you accept.Please let me know if you have more questions. I am happy to help if I can. Otherwise, please rate the answer so I may get credit for my work.
I am happy to help you draft the letter...or review what you have. Easy. I do this regular.I sent the offer to allow that.
Ma'am, I am happy to help with the letter...you use the term "small"...I get a small portion of the amount I listed and quote the amount based on the amount if time I expect this will take. I budgeted 1 hour for this (since I expect we may need to correspond back and forth a bit to get the language you want/need) and gave the quote accordingly.
No worries. I will opt out and allow other experts to assist you if they are so willing. Best of luck!