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Settlement agreements Wigan, Warrington, Bolton & St Helens

Stephensons Solicitors LLP is renowned for its specialisation in employment law. We proudly serve our clientele from our strategically placed offices in Wigan, Warrington, Bolton, and St Helens. Annually, we provide advice on numerous settlement agreements cases for businesses and individuals alike, showcasing the breadth and depth of our expertise.

Our extensive experience allows us to examine all facets of settlement agreements. We do so whether we are advocating for the rights of the employer or the employee. We take pride in our unrivalled knowledge, derived from managing an abundance of settlement agreements week after week, distinguishing us within this sphere of legal practice.

Regarded as the leading legal consultants for settlement agreements across Wigan, Warrington, Bolton, and St Helens, our services extend nationally. We provide expert advice on settlement agreements as one of our primary areas of employment law.

 

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What is a settlement agreement?

A settlement agreement is a legally binding contract between an employer and employee, which resolves claims that an employee may have against their employer, often in exchange for a financial compensation. It typically also marks the end of an employment relationship.

Why choose our settlement agreement solicitors in Wigan, Warrington, Bolton & St Helens?

At Stephensons, we firmly believe that seeking professional advice is crucial for individuals at all levels of seniority when faced with a settlement agreement. Whether you have already received one or anticipate its arrival, obtaining the assistance of a skilled settlement agreement solicitor is absolutely essential.

To safeguard the legitimacy and equity of the agreement, it is imperative to engage an independent legal expert in settlement agreements such as Stephensons. Our thorough review and endorsement of the documents will ensure its validity and fairness, giving you the confidence and assurance you need during this process. At Stephensons, we are committed to providing guidance and unwavering support to secure your best interests in settlement agreements.

Contact our settlement agreement solicitors in Wigan, Warrington, Bolton & St Helens

Get in touch with our team of highly skilled settlement agreements solicitors without delay. Our team is ready to address all your queries and with our wealth of experience, we are well-equipped to provide accurate cost assessments, evaluate the strength of your case, estimate the time frame involved, and determine the prospects of a favourable outcome. Don't hesitate any longer; reach out to our team today for the guidance and assurance you deserve.

To arrange a consultation and obtain professional legal guidance concerning a settlement agreement, get in touch with our team of settlement agreements solicitors. We have dedicated experts available in Wigan, Warrington, Bolton, and St Helens, ready to assist you. You can reach us by dialling 0161 696 6170 or simply completing our convenient online form.

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    Employment Law Team of the Year at the Manchester Legal Awards

  • In the last 2 years

    We have helped 2,000 clients with settlement agreements

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    we have given 50-75 hours on a pro bono basis as part of The Business Growth Hub

  • What are settlement agreements?

    Martha McKinley explains what a settlement agreement is, the importance of expert legal advice - whether an employee who has been offered a settlement agreement or from the perspective of an employer.

    Martha also provides guidance on the sort of thing a settlement agreement will include along with information on the cost of legal advice and the timescales involved.

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