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Evans Lamsley are firm of employment law solicitors with offices near to Mold. We only advise on employment law and HR issues which means we are a specialist firm that can deal with all employment law issues, including settlement agreements.
We regularly advise employees and workers in Mold and the surrounding areas on the contents of their settlement agreement. If you have been offered a settlement agreement by your employer, they have probably told you that you need to go and see a solicitor. They are correct, you need to get advice on the settlement agreement for it to be valid. As qualified solicitors, we are able to provide that advice to you.
When advising our clients, we explain what is included in the settlement agreement so that they can make an informed decision. We don’t use complicated legal jargon, we simply set out what the settlement agreement means – what is good and what is bad. So that you understand all of the options, we discuss the alternatives to signing the settlement agreement, for example bringing an employment tribunal claim.
We also negotiate on behalf of our clients with their employer to get the best terms possible, if required.
You can speak to one of our solicitors near to Mold today, to find out more about what we can do to help you.
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