Ryan D.

Member Since: April 25, 2023
Charlotte, North Carolina

Ryan D. is now available for hire

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Cease & Desist, Cease and Desist, Demand Letter
Cease & Desist


7-day delivery

What's included:

  • 30-minute call with the client.
  • The preparation and sending of one Cease and Desist letter.
  • Does not include additional follow-up or discussions with the receiving party.
Lease Review, Review Lease, Review of Lease
Lease Review Package


5-day delivery

What's included:

  • Review of a North Carolina or South Carolina lease agreement with analysis.
Business Formation, LLC Formation, Startup Formation
LLC Formation Package


7-day delivery

What's included:

  • 30 minute strategy session.
  • Prepare formation documents.
  • Draft Operating Agreement.
  • Obtain EIN number.
  • Electronic package of formation documents

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1 Question Answered / 1 Recent Answer
May 30, 2023
A: A termination notice is a provision in an employment contract that specifies the amount of notice an employer must give an employee if they wish to terminate the contract, or vice versa if the employee wishes to leave. This is an important clause, as it offers some level of job security for the employee and some level of predictability for the employer. In most states, including North Carolina, employment is considered "at-will" unless there is a contract in place that states otherwise. This means that either the employer or the employee may terminate the employment relationship at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all, as long as the reason isn't illegal (like discrimination). If your contract includes a termination notice clause, this "at-will" status is likely modified to some extent. The specific details would depend on the exact wording in your contract. It could require either party to provide a notice (often 2 weeks, 1 month, or sometimes longer) before terminating the contract. That notice period is intended to give the other party time to adjust plans accordingly. For the employee, it might mean finding a new job; for the employer, it might mean finding a replacement.