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Settlement Agreements

Is your employment about to be terminated?

Have you been asked to sign a Settlement Agreement?

We can help!

Call us now on 0800 3 10 11 12 for a free no obligation chat.

Wherever you live in the UK, we can help.

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

We can sort your Settlement Agreement out over the phone or video call (Zoom/WhatsApp/Facetime)

and by post or email.

Your employers will usually agree to pay our legal costs.

We only offer ‘free’ initial legal advice regarding Settlement Agreements to assess your legal position and get an overview of the situation.

Any advice given in these circumstances can only be in general terms and is not case specific.

Have You Been Asked To Sign An Employee Settlement Agreement?

If your employment is at risk of being terminated and your employer has offered you a Settlement Agreement, then we can help.

Please call us on 0800 3 10 11 12 for a free no obligation chat about your settlement agreement or use our online enquiry form.

We can help you with understanding what settlement agreements (formerly known as a compromise agreement) are all about before you make a decision on whether to sign one.

Specialist Advice Is A Must Before You Sign Anything

If your employment is at risk and you have been asked to sign a legal settlement agreement, then speaking with a firm of solicitors such as ourselves is a highly recommended. We can review your settlement agreement and will speak with you about what you need to do and whether the agreement provides you everything that you are entitled.

Talk To Seatons About Your Legal Settlement Agreement

Your employers may already be placing you under a lot of pressure. Please contact us and we can discuss how we can help. We’ll be able to review your settlement agreement and offer advice on the situation and what your legal entitlements are. It doesn’t matter what your field of work or what level you’re employed at –we can support you to ensure that you receive what is rightfully yours.

Get Specialist Legal Advice About A Settlement Agreement

Getting advice from solicitors such as ourselves will help ensure that:

  • You receive the legal entitlement you deserve
  • You are not giving up and signing over your employment rights if you’re less than satisfied with the settlement terms
  • You’ll have options to negotiate and explore a satisfactory resolution without having to issue legal proceedings in a court or employment tribunal
  • You will be able to make an informed decision about signing the Settlement Agreement with confidence after speaking to a solicitor

If you’re unsure whether we can provide you with the help you need, or if you are worried about costs, missing out on entitlements or anything else about redundancy, then please get in touch today. You don’t have to be rushed into a decision and a solicitor can advise you on the best course of action for your individual situation.

How We Will Help

Our expert Solicitors, will be able to give you the help and advice that you need so that you can move on, knowing that you have the best settlement agreement for you.

We will give you expert, tailored and independent advice. We are known as “the Friendly Professionals” and this is at the heart of everything we do. We will give you the help and advice that you need at, what can be a very difficult time.

We understand that this can be a very troubling and often emotional time for you. We will always take the time to sit with you and to fully explain the legal implications of your settlement agreement. We don’t use unnecessary legal jargon and we will work hard for you, the client.

If you have received a settlement agreement and you are not sure where to turn, then look no further. Call Seatons today on 0800 3 10 11 12.

Get Specialist Legal Advice About Settlement Agreements

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.

For information about our costs for work relating to Settlement Agreements please click here.

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.

Have You Been Asked To Sign A Settlement Agreement?

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Why Use Seatons For A Settlement Agreement?

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  • Fixed, competitive and affordable prices
  • We care about you and fight for you
  • Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • We can help resolve your issue quickly & easily

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