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Settlement Agreement Advice and Support

Complete our contact form for expert, legal advice and support regarding your Settlement Agreement.

Request a free initial consultation to discuss your Settlement Agreement

Simply complete our contact form for expert, legal advice and support regarding your Settlement Agreement.

If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement by your employer, you are required to get advice and have it checked by a solicitor. Contact us today to request a free initial consultation relating to your Settlement Agreement.

How can our Employment Law solicitors help?

  • Free initial consultation relating to your Settlement Agreement
  • Expert legal advice from our experienced Employment Law solicitors
  • Remote service covering the whole of the England and Wales
  • We can arrange a face-to-face meeting, if required.

Complete our Contact Form to request a free consultation with one of our Employment Law solicitors. We will arrange for a solicitor to contact you on the same working day that your Contact Form is received.

Have you been offered a Settlement Agreement from your employer?

A Settlement Agreement (previously known as a Compromise Agreement) is legally binding contract made between an employer and employee.

It will set out the terms of departure between the parties and once signed, prohibits the employee from bringing legal action against the employer in respect of his/her employment and/or its termination.

This is usually in exchange for a termination payment made to the employee, and other benefits which are also set out in the Agreement.

The Settlement Agreement will only become binding once you have received independent legal advice on it, usually by a qualified solicitor, and that solicitor has attached a certificate confirming the advice that has been given.

Request a free consultation to discuss your Settlement Agreement

Why trust CJCH with your settlement agreement?

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Transparent Fees

We strive to ensure our services are accessible to everyone, which is why we are transparent about our fees and want to make the process of advising on your Settlement Agreement as easy as possible.

When it comes to advising you on the actual Settlement Agreement document, your employer will normally include a clause in the agreement to provide for a contribution towards your legal costs. This is usually between £250 and £500 plus VAT, but it can be more or less.

Should you wish for us to attempt to negotiate an ‘uplift’ on your Settlement Agreement compensation, we can discuss representing you on a ‘no-win-no-fee’ basis.

We provide a quick response

We will arrange for one of our Employment Law solicitors to contact you on the same working day that we receive your Contact Form.

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We are highly experienced

We have a team of highly qualified Employment Law solicitors who have a wealth of experience and knowledge with handling Settlement Agreements. We provide trusted and reliable advice on your matter and guidance to ensure you get what you are entitled to.

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We are with you every step of the way

We understand that every Settlement Agreement is unique, and many employees have not experienced this situation before. Not only do we act with compassion, but we explain the process clearly and provide you with advice enabling you to make informed decisions.  

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We are available throughout England and Wales

We offer a remote service that’s available from wherever you are. We are offering an online, contact-free consultation to discuss your Settlement Agreement over the phone, by email or on a video call with our Employment Law solicitors.

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Get legal support from our settlement experts

If you are having any problems with a settlement matter, complete our contact form to get in touch. We can offer expert legal advice to help resolve your difficulties.

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