Have you been unfairly treated by your employer? In most situations, a compromise agreement is the best way to proceed. By seeking the help of a professional compromise agreement solicitor – such as Prosperity Law LLP – you can secure the financial compensation that you deserve, tie loose ends, and start to move onwards and upwards in your career.
What is a compromise agreement?
A compromise agreement is a legal contract between a business and an employee, in which the employee is asked to drop their claim against the business, in return for some form of compensation. This is typically a financial pay-out. However, it can also include other benefits for the employee, including a contribution towards legal fees and a reference letter to help them find a new job.
Most commonly, a compromise agreement is used when an employee has been dismissed or made redundant. However, they can also help to resolve an ongoing employment issue – whilst you are still working for the company. The document should be tailored to your individual case and, for it to be legally binding, you must seek the advice of an independent legal representative or solicitor.
Prosperity Law – leading compromise agreement solicitors
Here at Prosperity Law LLP, we have a team of specialist employment law solicitors with significant experience in this area. Their goal is to make sure you, as the employee, get the compensation that you deserve. They will check the terms of the compromise agreement with a fine toothcomb and offer sound, impartial advice on both your employment rights and the best way to proceed.
As one of the UK’s leading compromise agreement solicitors, we keep up-to-date with all the latest changes to employment law. Our recommendations are based on expert knowledge and we can help with all stages of the process – from the initial negotiations to the final signing of the contract.
So why not get in touch today? Find out more about our legal services and give us a call on 0161 667 3686. Or, alternatively, send an email to email@example.com and take that first step towards signing the ideal compromise agreement in Liverpool or Manchester.
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