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Settlement Agreements Costs

Your employers will usually agree to pay our legal costs.

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Wherever you live in the UK, we can help.

There is no need for us to meet up face to face.

We can sort everything out over the phone or video call (Zoom/WhatsApp/Facetime) and by post or email.

What Happens – If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement by your employer and are looking for a solicitor to formally advise and make sure everything is in order and to sign it off, then we can help.

Location – We can see you at our offices if you wish. However, wherever you live in the United Kingdom, distance is usually not a problem. There is no need for us to meet up face to face. You can communicate with us over the phone or video conference call (Zoom/WhatsApp/Facetime etc) and by post or email and deal with matters from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

Fast and Outstanding Legal Service – We offer a fast, outstanding service where we will endeavour to talk to you and get matters sorted out within a day or two of you making initial contact with us.

Free No Obligation Chat and Quote -- We are confident that in service and price we can beat most of our competitors.  Please call us for a free no obligation chat and quote.

Timescale – It usually takes around one hour, to talk through a Settlement Agreements with you.

Costs – Our total costs are usually estimated at between £250.00 and £500.00 plus VAT. There are not usually any disbursements or additional costs.

Who Pays Our Costs – In 99% of cases, your Employer will agree to pay our legal costs. We always work on a fixed fee and within the parameters of what costs your employer has agreed to pay so that you do not need to pay anything extra.

Additional Work – Sometimes, on very rare occasions, it might be necessary to carry out additional legal work such as communicate with your employer to clarify or renegotiate matters. If we do have to carry out any additional legal work, then we will tell you in advance what our costs will be, so that you can decide what you want to do.

Adrian Chambers - Seatons Solicitors

Settlement Agreement Specialists

Hello, my name is Adrian Chambers and I specialise with Settlement Agreements. If you have been asked to sign a Settlement Agreement then I can help ensure that you receive the entitlement you deserve and your rights are protected.

Our service is fast, friendly and cost effective.

All you need do is simply pick up the phone and give us a call on 01536 276300 or use our online enquiry form for an initial free no obligation chat about Settlement Agreements and we can take things from there.

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