Settlement Agreement Solicitors are needed by clients who are offered a Settlement Agreement by their employers. Read on for more information.
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In some ways, a Settlement Agreement is just a contract between an employer and an employee. However, the ramifications of such an agreement are so serious that the employee must take independent legal advice from a specialist Settlement Agreement Solicitor before signing. Read on for my client’s story to explain why.
Receiving a Settlement Agreement from your employer can bring the worry of financial uncertainty and questions over where your career is heading next. However, with the right solicitor on your side, you could achieve a great outcome ensuring you have sufficient time and freedom to start the next chapter in your employment story.
If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement (previously called a Compromise Agreement) by your employer, you must obtain independent legal advice before signing. Read on to find out more about how we help clients who have been offered a Settlement Agreement.
I was delighted to help a client who was struggling with a Settlement Agreement. The agreement would terminate her employment and pay her compensation in return. It had been negotiated between her Union and her employer, but all was not as she expected. Read on for more information.
If an employer and employee have decided to part ways, often one or the other will ask for a Protected Conversation. Read on for more information about Protected Conversations including what they are and how they can be used.
I have helped numerous clients with their Settlement Agreements (previously known as a Compromise Agreements) over the years. If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement, read my blog for the questions you should be asking your solicitor.
Lincs Law Specialist Employment Law Solicitors have helped thousands of clients with their Settlement Agreements. Very often these Agreements need significant amendments to ensure matters such as pensions, tax, compensation, notice pay, bonus pay, unpaid wages, holiday pay and references are dealt with. My post below explains a little bit more about Settlement Agreements, and how Lincs Law can help get the best deal for you.
Everyone has a personal reaction to being offered a Settlement Agreement by their employer.