About Settlement Agreements in Swindon, Wiltshire
We can help with settlement agreement advice and negotiations when your employment ends.
Who are Settlement Agreements Swindon?
We are specialist settlement agreement employment solicitors. We offer a dedicated service committed to helping anyone entering into any type of settlement agreement negotiations and will support you until we reach the best possible outcome for the end of your employment. We are based in Swindon, Wiltshire but are able to work with you remotely wherever you are in the country. Please contact us today if you are looking for any settlement agreement advice.
Why choose us for your Settlement Agreement?
We have over 30 years experience negotiating thousands of redundancy packages, settlement agreements and agreements following employment termination. We are committed to offering expert advice you can rely upon and trust.
We work with you to draft the agreement on your behalf, we will negotiate with your employer and find the most favourable financial outcome when facing employment termination or dismissal.
What areas do you cover?
Our office is in Swindon, Wiltshire, and typically customers come to us from the surrounding areas such as Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol, Bath, Oxford, and Reading. However, if you do not live in these areas or would prefer to receive a remote service, we can conduct all of our consultations via phone, email, Zoom or Teams. We are happy to tailor our service to whatever suits you best.
What if I have a Settlement Agreement I don’t want to sign?
If you don't want to sign a Settlement Agreement, we can also help with tribunal claims. You can't claim costs and expenses for a tribunal claim in the same way as a Settlement Agreement. We can act on a 'no win no fee basis' where appropriate. Every claim gets a free appraisal, and we offer our expert advice on funding. At this point, you are able to decide if you want to go ahead or not. If you choose not to, there will be nothing to pay.
You can read more about costs here or read our Settlement agreement FAQs for more detailed explanations of the processes.