Have you been offered redundancy?
Has your employer asked you to sign a Settlement Agreement (formerly known as a Compromise Agreement)?
Do you need expert, independent advice on the terms of the Settlement Agreement?
If so, talk to one of our experienced solicitors today.
Call us on 020 3440 8000 or email email@example.com to arrange a meeting.
Why do you need Settlement Agreement legal advice?
You’re legally required to take independent legal advice on the terms and effects of the Settlement Agreement before signing.
How can we help you?
We will talk you through what the Settlement Agreement says in easy-to-understand terms and explain the consequences of signing the agreement.
You don’t even need to pay for our Settlement Agreement services, as your employer should cover the cost of the meeting and advice.
Same day appointments are often available but we will be able to see you within seven days from the date you contact us. We specialise in quick turnarounds in providing the signed agreement to your employer.
What is a Settlement Agreement?
A Settlement Agreement is often referred to as a ‘redundancy agreement’. If you are faced with potential redundancy or have volunteered for redundancy, your employer will usually want you to sign up to a proposed Settlement Agreement. This agreement sets out the full terms of a settlement between an employer and an employee and prevents the employee from bringing certain legal claims against the employer. Properly drafted Settlement Agreements are legally binding, which is why the law says they are only valid if you have taken independent legal advice on the terms and effects of the settlement agreement before signing.