Stand up for what you deserve

Practice Divorce Assistance

Ready for a career change? Have a new opportunity you can't refuse? That's where Practice Divorce Assistance comes in. will help you evaluate your options and stand up for what you deserve.

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Are you armed with the details to make this decision? Do you have at least a draft of your severance agreement?

In fact, you should probably know what severance you're entitled to under your contract. Or how much notice you need to give. Or how long you will continue to receive a salary and benefits.

Our service will give you the confidence to stand up for what you deserve or make the decision to move on.


PCA helped me with every step through my negotiation, and I was very pleased with my final contract!

Benjamin Luong, MD Urologic Oncology and Robotics Cleveland Clinic


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The right information will have a tremendous impact on your career but you have to know exactly what you're entitled in order to make the best decisions.

This consultation walks through your specific concerns step-by-step so that you can stand up for what you deserve or make the decision to move on with confidence.

Practice Divorce Assistance



  • Review of your current contract

  • Review of your current severance agreement

  • Up to 12 hours phone consultation for up to 6 months or until your separation is complete, whichever comes first

   After this consultation you will:

  • Have a clear understanding of what you're entitled

  • Know what is required if you decide to move on

  • Be able to negotiate with confidence

Not sure if this service is a fit?

Start with an initial consultation for free!

What physicians are saying...

They spent over 2 hours on the phone prior to my interview, coaching me on what questions to ask and making sure I met with the key physicians and staff. 

H. Nourkeyhani, MD Hematologist/Medical Oncologist

PCA consultants are masters at considering where the physician is in their career and how to carefully calculate new needs as we move ahead.

Thomas E. Fisher, DO Reproductive Endocrinology