My husband and I own a business and he has feeling for one of our employees. He told her so in a chat message that she then sent to me. I had noticed that they where getting closer but did not say anything to them. I thought I was overthinking it. She said she has no feelings for him. But she was overly friendly and flirty . So now I know and my husband and I have decided to do get help with our marriage. She still works for us, under the understand that she only works with me and never with him. I now need to write a letter for all involved so I can protect our business from her suing us and our business, but im at a lose of what to put in this letter. Could some one give me some help with this?
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You should call an attorney, get an hourly rate, and if it seems reasonable, set up a meeting and discuss what you fear from the employee and what you hope to gain by writing this "letter". And as was pointed out by @JoeStrazzere do this before sending any letter.
Worst case scenario would seem to be unethical attoreny charging you several hours of billable time for make work -- which would only seem likely if there wasn't in fact something they could have done that would have been more useful to you. Which means you get relatively cheap reassurance...
Talk to a lawyer