Danson Park, Bexleyheath

Danson Park, Bexleyheath


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Settlement Agreements Solicitors in Sidcup, Bexley, Kent

You may be asked by your employer to seek legal advice on and to sign a Settlement Agreement if you are facing redundancy or if you are involved in a dispute with your employer.

You are required to obtain independent legal advice on the agreement to protect your interests and to ensure the agreement is legally binding.

Settlement Agreements are used by employers to settle the dispute and ensure that employees who sign them cannot bring any claims against them in the Court or tribunal, now or in the future and in return the employee receives a compensation payment and sometimes certain additional benefits as well. The employer would be unlikely to pay as much if the employee did not sign the agreement.

We have wide-ranging experience of advising on settlement agreements.  We take the time to advise you on the terms of the settlement agreement to ensure you understand exactly what you are signing and what legal rights you are giving up by signing the agreement.

Although our fees will be paid by your employer, we represent you.

Speak to our Settlement Agreement solicitors in Sidcup, the London Borough of Bexley, Kent

If you would like more advice about Settlement Agreements, please feel free to speak in confidence to one of our team now by calling 020 8300 9321 or emailing enquiries@wmk-law.com.


  • Chris Elliott
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Our Settlement Agreement service includes:

  • Advice on the terms of the settlement including the meaning and implications of the document
  • Taking you through the agreement line by line
  • Finalising the settlement agreement, where appropriate, with signatures