Legal Services for Agencies, Businesses & Individuals
Homecare & Nanny Agencies
You already know that Legally Nanny is the legal and tax expert in household employment matters.
But what you may not know is that we are also the leading law firm representing homecare and domestic employment agencies.
Legally Nanny Founder Bob King serves on the Board of Directors for the Home Care Association of America, is actively involved with CAHSAH, and has spoken at HCAOA, CAHSAH, NAHC and Private Duty Insider conferences. Similarly, when the Association of Premier Nanny Agencies wanted to retain an attorney to represent the association and its members, it selected Legally Nanny as its General Counsel. In sum, Legally Nanny is committed to both the homecare and childcare industries.
We work with agencies from the start-up phase to growing businesses to well established enterprises.
We understand your unique legal needs and can help you by:
· Drafting or revising your employment applications and client contracts to protect you and your company;
· Reviewing your website and printed materials for legal compliance and essential disclaimers;
· Advising you on proper interview questions and wage and hour issues (overtime, breaks, meal periods, etc.);
· Protecting your intellectual property;
· Defending and resolving client and business disputes.
We are well-versed in the household employment legal, tax, and insurance issues affecting agencies, employees and domestic employers. We've helped your clients, and we're ready, willing and able to help your business as well. Please feel free to contact us for rates and a free initial consultation.
Businesses & Individuals
In addition to his household employment experience, Legally Nanny founder and attorney Bob King provides a broad range of legal services for businesses and individuals. Bob has expertise in labor and employment matters including:
· Discreetly and effectively resolving employee complaints and business disputes;
· Defending wage claims, administrative charges and litigation;
· Drafting and reviewing offer letters, applications, severance packages, and arbitration agreements;
· Reviewing and revising handbooks and workplace policies;
· Counseling clients on hiring, terminations, ADA accommodations, wage and hour laws, and leave and benefits issues;
· Advising about, training on and responding to harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims;
· Investigating and defending employee charges filed with state and federal agencies;
· Reviewing, drafting, and commenting on proposed legislation;
· Serving as an expert regarding childcare costs, household employment matters or human resources issues in arbitration or at trial.
Whether our clients are large corporations, small businesses or individuals with discrete legal needs, we provide the same level of highly responsive, client-focused customer service.
Additionally, with our substantial background at law firms and as in-house employment counsel, we provide big firm credentials and experience at rates considerably lower than large law firms charge.
Please feel free to contact us for rates and a free initial consultation.