has offered you a Settlement Agreement
[YOUR COMPANY NAME]
What is a Settlement Agreement?
A settlement agreement is a simple document between you and [Your Company Name] ensuring that you are happy with the outcome of ending your employment contract.
Why do you need a solicitor?
By entering a settlement or compromise agreement you are stating that you have no claims against [Your Company Name]. This means that any claims you have must be considered before you sign the agreement.
As Independent solicitors you are able to discuss any potential claims you may have in full confidence with us. Under the settlement agreement you are waiving these claims. So it is important that we break down what is being offered and focus on what is important to you.
We give impartial and independent legal advice which is a requirement before the settlement is concluded. Your company will not agree to the settlement until they have received confirmation from an independent lawyer that you have received impartial and independent legal advice on the terms of the Settlement agreement.
How is this agreed?
The terms of your settlement agreements will be agreed between you and [Your Company Name] before you sign anything.
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Reasons to choose Stirling Ackroyd Legal for your settlement agreement advice
Why choose Stirling Ackroyd Legal?
Our expert employment team are fully qualified to help you negotiate your settlement agreement with you in mind:
We have :
- The expertise to assess your claims quickly and efficiently.
- Strategy’s on how to handle your position to ensure the best result.
- The confidence to deal with unpleasant bosses and take on HR when appropriate.
Why You’ve Been Referred To Us
We do not work in any way with [Your companies Name]. We are an independent solicitors firm fully regulated by the SRA.
Why [Your companies Name] has referred you to us:
- We work quickly, efficiently to ensure that this process is not help up
- We are widely respect UK based Legal Law Practise
- We have a reputation of putting you first