Online Settlement Agreements with our Remote Service
We are specialist Settlement Agreement Solicitors and are able to offer a full remote service to clients looking for a Settlement Agreement in the UK.
We have proudly been providing expert legal advise for over 30 years and will help you obtain the best deal on your Settlement Agreements with the most beneficial exit package.
As this Settlement Agreements service is fully remote, there is no need to meet face to face and we can conduct all our correspondence via phone calls, emails and / or Zoom. Even if we don't meet in person, we will work extra hard on behalf of our clients and are fully committed to getting the very best for you where ever you are based. If you would prefer to meet I person we operate from our offices in Swindon.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you are facing employment termination or redundancy. Via our remote Settlement Agreement service we can make sure the process of negotiating a fair deal is stress-free and uncomplicated. We work for you and are here to give you the very best advise for your individual situation.
In the case of most Settlement Agreements your employer will cover the legal fees of obtaining the services of a solicitor. If complex negotiations take place it will usually mean that any legal costs encored will out-weigh the financial benefits gained. All negotiations can take place on a remote basis as we can act on your behalf and give you the best possible service.
What is a Settlement Agreement, and can I get a Settlement Agreement online?
A Settlement Agreement (previously referred to as a Compromise Agreement) is a legal contract drawn up between an employer and an employee and outlines all terms and any payments due when a employment is terminated for whatever reason.
Typically an amount of of money, known as an exit package or severance pay. By signing the Settlement Agreement, the employee will not be entitled to contest this sum or any other arrangements in the future.
Employers are not legally required to provide Settlement Agreements, although many do. If you don't get offered one, you should ask your employer or HR department for one. To ensure you are receiving the very best exit package, it is advised to consult the services of an experienced Settlement Agreement Solicitor. A Settlement Agreement will only become legally binding after the employee has consulted with a suitably qualified Solicitor.
Please get in touch or read through our Settlement Agreement FAQs if you have further questions. We have helped hundreds of people in Bath and Wiltshire, and we would be happy to assist with your Settlement Agreement.