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Settlement Agreements

A Settlement Agreement is a legally binding way of concluding claims or potential claims between an employer and an employee. If you have been informed that your employment is to come to an end, we appreciate that this can be a very difficult and stressful time for you. Our qualified and professional Employment lawyers will provide you with quick, clear and practical advice to ensure that you receive the best settlement.

If your employer has offered you a Settlement Agreement you will need to take independent legal advice. We are here to explain to you in plain language what it all means and if required can negotiate terms of settlement on your behalf.  We are always available no matter how urgent your matter is.

Your employer will normally make a contribution towards your legal costs which often means you do not have to pay anything for our help. We promise that you will not incur any costs without your knowledge and agreement. See our Guide to Settlement Agreements for more information


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“I would absolutely recommend Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors to anyone seeking Employment Law advice, their professionalism is excellent and they are very efficient and appreciated all their advice.” AM, Settlement Agreement.

The Employment Team

  • Stuart Snelson Partner
    Employment 01908 689318
    Stuart is Head of the Employment Department and has over 20 years’ experience advising on all aspects of employment and pensions law.   His partner led service provides practical and commercially focused advice to a wide range of local, national and international clients on the whole range of work related matters.

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  • Paula Stuart Partner
    Employment 01908 689345
    Paula has over 20 years’ experience practising employment law and provides clear and practical advice to all clients in all aspects of employment matters. Paula also delivers bespoke seminars to clients to meet their specific training needs. Recent courses include ‘The Essentials of Employment Law’ and ‘Best Practice when Managing Redundancies’

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