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EMPLOYMENT

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An offer letter helps prospective employees understand your employment terms before accepting the job offer letter from an employer.
Protect your future self 

Have an offer letter lawyer to turn to 
It pays to negotiate

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  • Offer letter review

$250 - $600 avg.

LawTrades
Traditional Large Firm

Why get your letter reviewed

An offer letter is a step closer to working for a new employment as it describes the basic terms of the employment position offered by a company. This letter typically includes some basic information about the position, such as job title, starting date, salary and bonuses, pay schedule, fringe benefits, at-will / just cause classification, and the deadline to accept the position. An offer letter is really important to both the employer and employee. For employers, it’s crucial to include the right terms as the offer letter can serve as the foundation for the working relationship for many years. On the other hand, if you’ve received an offer letter from an employer to a new job, it’s a good idea to read it carefully and have it reviewed by an experienced employment offer letter lawyer to ensure your interests are protected.

The benefits

Protect your future self 

Most employers will turn to an attorney to draft their employment contracts. It only makes sense for you to have an offer letter lawyer review the same contract. For employers, it’s smart to put things into writing to avoid future lawsuits regarding the terms of employment.

Have an offer letter lawyer to turn to 

There’s a good chance you’re going to like your employment attorney from LawTrades and want to keep using them. Perfect - now you have a legal expert to turn to when in need. 

It pays to negotiate 

Often the first employment contract is a starting place. From there, you should negotiate to secure terms that work for you. Speaking with an offer letter lawyer in order to strategize can really pay dividends. 

How it works

Evaluate.

Our legal team evaluates your business needs and designs a custom solution for your legal strategy.

Deploy.

We deploy the right legal talent to the right projects– both aligned with your company's culture and priorities.

Integrate.

We onboard your lawyers and they start contributing, supported by our senior legal staff.

Iterate.

Expand and contract work based on the fluctuating needs of your business.

How it works

Evaluate.

Our legal team evaluates your business needs and designs a custom solution for your legal strategy.

Deploy.

We deploy the right legal talent to the right projects– both aligned with your company's culture and priorities.

Integrate.

We onboard your lawyers and they start contributing, supported by our senior legal staff.

Iterate.

Expand and contract work based on the fluctuating needs of your business.

Reviews

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Service, Cost and Process was amazing. Definitely, will look here first for legal needs.

Stuart G.

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Excellent, straightforward service which was simple to use particularly when under a tight deadline.

Lori L.

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I am so thankful to have located Law Trades. As an indie publisher, I have a tight budget and help with legal documents can "break the bank". Law Trades offered a reasonable price - suitable for a small business like mine. The service was extremely professional and I was able to receive the legal document I needed in less than 1 week.

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Joey C.

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So far has been an excellent experience. My LawTrades attorney is excellent at what he does, has fair pricing, and is as excited to work with our company as we are to build it. LawTrades also has excellent customer support, and I've enjoyed using your interface as well to track invoices. The only thing I would want is the ability to delete projects, and to use your website on my tablet. Other than that, great work. Keep it up! I've already mentioned you to other founders and colleagues!

Justin P.

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I had an excellent experience with LawTrades. From the initial enquiry they located a lawyer (Sylvain) who was ideal for my needs. Sylvain was very friendly, efficient and provided a great service at a great price. I would not hesitate to use LawTrades or Sylvain again. The administration and process from start to finish was made as easy as possible by the LawTrades team.

Michael A.

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Have been working with them since back in 2015. They're building an amazing platform that's really going to disrupt how the legal practice has been looking at for quite a while. Big fan of what they are in the process of building, and the product itself is great too. Recommend this to anyone who's looking for a lawyer, but might be confused about where to start. LawTrades makes it super easy.

Frequently asked
questions

Are offer letters and employment agreements the same thing?
Offer letters aren’t employment contracts, but these letters can give you some of the same contractual rights. Offer letters serve as important evidence if your employer takes away any of your job responsibilities and benefits after you accept the job. Make sure the key terms, including your duties, are outlined in the offer letter.
As an employer, should I have an employment agreement for my at-will employees?
Most states across the country follow the employment at will model. This employment classification enables employers to fire an employee at any time, for any reason or for no reason. Similarly, an employee may quit at any time, for any reason or for no reason. Terms within an offer letter can establish an at-will relationship.
What terms are usually included in an offer letter?
A typical offer letter will include the salary, payment structure, binge benefits (if any), job title, name of supervisor, employee classification (at-will, 1099 etc.), the start date, and any other terms and conditions of employment.
What should I do if an offer letter contains a term that I refuse to accept?
If you haven’t signed it then you can try to negotiate. If you think your employer will be unwilling to budge then think about getting online legal services or retaining an offer letter lawyer who can strategize with you and even potentially negotiate on your behalf with your employer.