Settlement Agreement Solicitors
Reaching an agreement with your employer without going to a tribunal is known as a ‘settlement agreement’. A settlement agreement confirms the terms of the settlement between the employee and the employer, and with this, the employee drops the claim against the employer.
In some cases, the employer might contribute to the legal costs, but this will be made part of the agreement.
Although settlement agreements will typically benefit both the employee and the employer, the agreement acts as protection for the employer since it will include a clause that states that, as a result of the agreement, the employee will not take legal action against the employer.
If you are looking for advice regarding a settlement agreement, please contact our experienced employment solicitors and chartered legal executives today on 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
March and Wisbech Solicitors
Bowsers Solicitors are local solicitors for the local community. With the capacity to assist clients in Fenland and across Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk we ensure that you get the best possible outcome for your settlement agreement, no matter the circumstances in which it is created.
To speak to one of our friendly yet professional solicitors or chartered legal executives about a settlement agreement today, please call 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Settlement Agreement Solicitor Near Me
For a settlement agreement to be legally binding, it must be in writing and relate directly to the case at hand. To ensure that a settlement agreement is relevant to the case, appropriate for both parties and comprehensive of the legalities, seeking the advice of a trusted solicitor is essential.
At Bowsers Solicitors, we have the experience, expertise and facilities to assist in creating, amending and finalising the agreement to ensure that both parties are satisfied with the contents.