Question by  nancyj (12)

How do I write a cease and desist letter to a former employer?


Answer by  patti (29325)

Write the letter and send it. A former employer cannot say anything about you except to confirm your employment and state whether he/she would rehire. That's it. Anything more than that is being said, contact an attorney.


Answer by  sharon63 (520)

For a cease and desist, only a representative from the employer's HR department may contact the employee. Most letters of this sort are fairly straitforward explaining the effective date and terms of the cease and desist. Reason for the letter must be stated.


Answer by  y3636363 (1380)

Well there are many resources that you can get a guide for a cease and desist letter why don't you go on e-how? It tells you exact directions on how to write it.


Answer by  user21 (361)

A personal letter will be ineffective. As an unauthorized citizen, you do not have the ability to legally enforce a cease and desist. You will need to call the police and obtain a restraining order. The restraining order alone will suffice in court if the terms are violated, as long as the police are informed.


Answer by  bri11 (171)

Write a letter including your name and address and date. Clearly state the reasons you want them to cease and desist. Keep a photocopy.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

State specifically that you are requesting no further contact by any means and send a copy to your immediate supervisor and the human resources department. Send it registered return receipt.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Write a letter stating that they are to no longer contact you, either by phone or letter. If the actions are by an individual, send the letter to both the individual and the company legal department. You send the letter certified receipt, such that they must sign to receive it and you get proof they received it.

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