Oratto's employment law solicitors can help you protect your rights in relation to the negotiation of a settlement agreement with an employer.

Our specialists are based throughout the UK and have the experience and expertise you need to ensure that your settlement agreement is made in your best interests and within deadline.

To find the Oratto specialist who is right for you simply browse our member profiles, try our match service, chat online, or arrange a 30 minute telephone conversation with a lawyer for free.

What is a settlement agreement?

A settlement agreement (formerly known as a compromise agreement) is a contract made between an employee and employer or former employee and employer, which clearly defines the relationship between the two parties while also preventing the employee from taking legal action against the employer, with the employee often receiving a monetary settlement in return.

A settlement agreement can be a favourable instrument because of it s ability to provide clarity and certainty at the end of the employee-employer relationship.

Additionally, the employee may receive the benefit of the following:

  • A job reference
  • A financial settlement
  • An amicable agreement without litigation

Settlement agreement employment law advice

Our employment lawyers can bring value to the full spectrum of settlement agreement considerations, including the following:

  • Advice in relation to a settlement agreement your have received
  • Advice in relation to what constitutes a fair settlement
  • Proactive negotiation of a settlement agreement

It is important to remember that there is no obligation to sign any settlement agreement your employer presents you with; always ensure you receive independent legal advice before proceeding.

Employment law solicitors for settlement agreements

Wherever you are in the country, Oratto can help you find the employment law solicitor best qualified to protect your full legal rights in relation to a settlement agreement.

Our members' expertise includes the following:

  • Disciplinary proceedings
  • Workplace bullying, harassment and intimidation
  • Upwards negotiations
  • Compensation
  • Tax indemnity
  • Payments up to the termination date
  • Pensions
  • Return of property
  • Waiver of claims
  • Restrictive agreements

Get in touch with us today to make an intelligent and informed choice regarding your employment law advice in relation to a settlement agreement.

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