I recently helped a lovely client secure more than double the compensation he had originally been offered by his employer to sign a Settlement Agreement waiving claims related to Flexible Working & Constructive Dismissal. For details of my client’s story, and how I can help you, read on….
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I have just concluded a complex Settlement Agreement for a client. As can often be the case there were drafting issues within the Agreement, incorrect calculations for payments due, and an impending deadline to complete. After negotiations with the employer’s solicitor, my client and I managed to get the Agreement concluded in time and I was delighted to receive the following 5 Star Review. Read on for more…
If you have recently been offered or received a Settlement Agreement from your employer, how should you respond? Read on to learn more.
I have just finished assisting a client with a tricky Settlement Agreement. Unfortunately, the Agreement needed significant redrafting before I could advise my client to sign. With a little hard work and patience I managed to get the Agreement in order and I was over the moon to receive the following 5 Star Review. Read on for more…
I was delighted to receive a five star review from a client who had been offered a Settlement Agreement by her employer. Read on for more details.
If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement by your employer, you have some serious decisions to make. Read on for more information.
In these uncertain times, we have seen an increase in clients wanting help with a Settlement Agreement offered by their employer. Read on for more information about how I helped my client with his Settlement Agreement.
I recently assisted a lovely client with her Settlement Agreement. She came to me with an agreement her Union had negotiated, but as we went through it, I wasn’t happy with the terms she was being offered. Read on for more information.
Settlement Agreement Solicitors are needed by clients who are offered a Settlement Agreement by their employers. Read on for more information.