Settlement Agreements at Morrish Solicitors
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Our specialist team consists of experienced employment Solicitors who offer professional, confidential and clear advice in respect of Settlement Agreements (formerly known as Compromise Agreements).

We have a wide range of experience and expertise across all sectors of industry and business, private, public and voluntary sectors. We have experience of advising thousands of clients in connection with Settlement Agreements.

The point of a Settlement Agreement is to protect the employer, which is why it is vitally important for an employee to get the best independent advice.

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We are a law firm for individuals. Having represented private clients and members of trade unions, associations and professional bodies for over 100 years we have extensive experience in giving advice to individuals on all aspects of employment law, including settlement agreements. Our clients are employees across a broad spectrum of industries and sectors, within small local businesses, public authorities, national bodies and the largest corporations. This experience means we know what to look for in a settlement agreement, relevant to your workplace, industry, profession or area of work.

We have a flexible approach and can accept appointments outside normal office hours as required and regularly advise in collective redundancy scenarios, providing employees with prompt, quality advice. We also regularly undertake advice surgeries for employees at employers’ premises. For further information please take a look at our Settlement Agreement Factsheet.

If you’ve been offered a Settlement Agreement, we offer to check through the terms of your Settlement Agreement for free. Simply complete our form below and we will get back to you.

Settlement Agreement Terms Explained

    Settlement Agreements – Step-by-Step

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