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Settlement Agreement

We can manage your Settlement Agreement case. We understand the law around settlement agreements and can help you negotiate a favourable compensation package.

We advise people from all types of industries and professions. Our team know the stress that comes from facing leaving a company and dealing with Settlement Agreements.

We care about every one of our clients and successfully ensure their best interests are protected and advanced.

Working with us is easy. We offer free initial advice, and your employer pays our fees.

We are fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Why Choose Us?

We help individuals negotiate Settlement Agreement with their employers

Step one – free initial consultation

When you first contact us, one of our specialists will listen to the particular circumstances surrounding your case and provide some brief, free advice on your situation. They will also evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your position and give an estimate of the value of the settlement you may achieve.

This initial conversation provides an opportunity for you to find out about our organisation and how we can advise and represent you in your Settlement Agreement negotiations.

If you decide to instruct us to represent you, it is standard practice for your employer to pay your legal fees.

Step two – document review

We will send you a client care letter and request a copy of the proposed Settlement Agreement, your Terms and Conditions of Employment, and any other related documents. We will also have an in-depth discussion with you to find out precisely what you want to achieve in both financial and non-financial terms.

Step three – Negotiation

If we think that we can significantly increase your potential settlement, you can instruct us to negotiate with your employer on your behalf.

As solicitors regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, we must ensure that you fully understand the terms of the settlement agreement before you sign it. We take this duty seriously, and our team will go over the short and long-term consequences of signing the agreement fully.

Step four – Signing

Once negotiations are complete, both you and your employer will need to sign the agreement.

Your employer will pay your legal fees directly to us on receipt of an invoice, leaving you free to move forward to a bright future.

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