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Settlement Agreements

Settlement Agreements

If as an Employer or Employee you suffer a dispute or serious issue at work, a Settlement Agreement, formerly known as a Compromise Agreement is often seen as a stress free way of resolving the dispute or serious issue.

At Barnes Harrild & Dyer Solicitors, our specialist Employment Lawyers provide legal representation for settlement or compromise agreement.

What is a settlement agreement?

The essence of a Settlement Agreement is that the employment of the Employee will come to an end and they will not take any further action against an Employer in return for the Employer paying an agreed lump sum figure. The amount of money will be appropriate to the years of service, salary, and the circumstances behind the termination.

Barnes Harrild & Dyer Solicitors provide expert advice and drafting in the area of Settlement Agreements ensuring that as an Employer you meet all your legal requirements and as an Employee you are fully informed of the consequences of signing and agreeing to the terms of an Agreement.

How Barnes Harrild & Dyer Solicitors can help

For further information and a free telephone consultation, call our Central London or Croydon offices today on 0344 444 8216 and speak to one of our senior lawyers.

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